Some good news for Nuno Espirito Santo over players
As the club have now officially ended their 73-day search for a new manager to lead the team, we can now move on to other matters.
One of the things the manager or Coach needs to sort out with Levy is what will happen with Harry Kane? In some reports I’ve read, it is up to our new head coach whether he goes or stays, not Kane. Which I am sure will please him. However, there is good news for his teammates, particularly Heung-min Son.
Son has let it be known that he is looking forward to working with Nuno Espirito Santo, which is good news for the Coach, Levy and us, the fans.
Son, who is 28 years old, has until 2023 before his contract expires. By then, he will be in his thirties. I believe that Tottenham are preparing to offer Son a new, improved contract.
Nuno wants to build a new and robust side around Harry Kane and Son. Over the years, the two players have been a powerful force for the club; if it wasn’t for those two, our league position over the years could have been a lot worse. Some even have suggested that we might have struggled just above the relegation zone.
To keep the best players, Levy will have to increase their wages, and it is also essential that our new manager has both players in the team and then build around them. If Kane believes there is a chance, under Nuno Espirito Santo, that we can win trophies, he might be happy to stay. After all, it is what players live for, trophies… oh, and good wages.
Son and Kane have had a good season, but we could have done a lot better with the right players backing them. We can’t do anything about the seasons that have gone by, but we can do something for this season and the ones that will follow.
But it is not just Kane that Nuno Espirito Santo has to look at; he has to make sure that every position has the right player in place. Then we can seriously challenge for trophies.
I am starting to get my confidence back where the team is concerned. I just hope that Levy backs our new Coach with the cash, otherwise, it will be a very bleak season for all of us.
All the best, Glenn
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