Danial will do what is right over Harry.
Daniel Levy has insisted that the club will do what is “right” when it comes to Harry Kane’s future. As you all will know, Harry is being linked with a move away from Tottenham.
Kane has been in top form for Tottenham last season. He is also doing well for England in the Euros, as he scored 23 goals and made 14 assists in the Premier League – but we ended up being humiliated. We only managed to reach 7th place and scraped into Europe in the newly created Europa Conference failure league.
Harry has been linked to Manchester United, City and Chelsea recently, and it has been widely reported that he wants to leave in search of major trophies. Now Levy has added fuel to the fire by delivering an update on Kane’s situation after Fabio Paratici was appointed.
Speaking in a controlled interview by an appointed employee in the club’s in-house media channel, Levy said of Kane’s situation: “I am never going to talk about any specific player in public. All I will say is his frustrations in not winning are shared by me and all the fans and players. We all want to win. One of the items that Fabio will have to deal with when he comes in is which players are going to be retained, which will be asked to look for other clubs. There is a market out there. What we want and what other clubs want is not always possible to achieve. We will do whatever is right for the club.”
Kane’s current contract at Spurs is not due to expire for another three years.
In the interview, Levy really didn’t say anything other than pour fuel on the fire. And what is best for Tottenham might not be best for the player. And what happens if Levy decides to keep him when Harry wants to leave? Levy will only let him go if he gets the full whack for Harry. And it just won’t be about Harry; there are a whole host of other players who are unsettled.
Then there is the new manager added to the equation. There are a lot of “ifs” but nothing concrete at the moment.
If I had to say, I think Levy will make sure he stays by pricing him out of the market.
This is going to be a very interesting season, at the same time very concerning. We must finish higher (much higher) than previously. I also see the fans getting on Levy and the Boards back if we don’t perform well. Especially if we end up having another season without trophies.
All the best, Glenn
My name is Glenn Renshaw.
I am currently a Premium Season Ticket holder (West Stand) in the new stadium. Before that – at White Hart Lane – a season ticket holder in various parts of the ground (mainly in the North stand).
Before becoming a season ticket holder, I stood on the shelf and various other parts of the ground since the 1960s (the season of the double). In 1987 I became one of the first to hold a Spurs Membership card. I was also a life long member of the Spurs supporters club (now defunct).
I go to all home, away and abroad matches.
I was born in 1955, Edgware, London. I currently live in Berkshire.
I also collect all Spurs books, Spurs handbooks, Spurs programmes etc.
Previously, I wrote for Spurs Fanzines: The Spur, Spur of the Moment, My Eyes have seen the Glory and various other Spurs fanzines’. I also wrote for the SpursWeb app & its website.
I currently write and work for spursnetwork.com and its website. I write its Reviews & Match reports and a lot more.
My other interests are; reading, history, social history, Politics, going to the gym, wine, going out for a meal, music (all sorts), writing, theatre, concerts, going on holidays, socialising etc.
I have been writing blogs/ articles since 1989
If you wish to read more of my blog, please click “here”