What Harry thinks of Nuno and Fabio’s comments?
We all know what Harry thinks about Spurs lack of trophies and the reasons why he wants away, or at least be at a club that wins trophies. So, amongst all the Euro euphoria, Harry has put his head above the parapet and has spoken about the new Head Coach and Director of Football. Does his words give a clue to what he is thinking about on whether he stays or flies?
It is not surprising that Harry Kane has revealed that he is yet to speak to the new Tottenham Hotspur head coach Nuno Espírito Santo or their Director of Football, however, messages and thoughts have a way of getting out, and he has let it be known that he thinks highly of our new Coach.
Reports are coming left, right and centre about Kane’s future. Such reports claim that City had made a £100 million bid along with the option to use players as part of a deal as a makeweight (report from Sky Sports).
However, Kane did tell talkSPORT: “Whenever a new manager comes in, I guess there’s a level of excitement around the club. Obviously, I’ve not been there and not had any contact with him. I’m away with England now, and my full focus is on here. Hopefully, we’ve got a week left. He’s a great manager and did a great job at Wolves and got them playing a really good way. Let’s get back, and I’m sure we’ll be in contact after the tournament.”
So, there you go. He thinks highly of him. But does that spread to working with him? I am sure that Nuno and Paractici will do everything in their power to persuade him to stay at Spurs, and if that doesn’t work, then I am sure that Levy will make any club that tries to pry him away pay through their nose. But as I said in a previous article, I think he will stay for another season, at least.
As for Fabio Paratici’s thoughts on our talisman, he, too, has been reaching out to the media to give his thoughts on Kane. Probably thinking a collective outspeak of admiration will turn Kane’s head?
Kane himself has admitted that he was flattered by Fabio Paratici’s comments about him. In an interview with Gianluca di Marzio, Paratici said that he wants to keep Harry at the club. But nothing will be resolved until after the Euros.
Kane has yet to have contact with anybody at Spurs, let alone Nuo or Fabio, since reporting for international duty. Still, he has insisted that that will change once his involvement in the tournament ends.
In an interview with talkSPORT: “Of course as a player, you want to be wanted, you want to feel like you’re loved, which I do. I haven’t had the chance to talk to any of these people yet. I’m sure we’ll get to know each other after the tournament, have a phone call or two once I get a week or two of holiday. To get praise from big people from football is great; it gives you confidence, it gives you motivation, so of course, it’s nice to hear.”
As readers of my articles will know, I have been very critical of Levy and his lack of ambitions for the club (or putting it another way, he is ambitious, but doing it on the cheap, nowhere near as the other big five clubs do). Nevertheless, the noises coming out of Tottenham and from Nuno and Fabio are starting to give me confidence. In other words, I will give them the benefit of doubt and see how things go.
At the end of the day, whatever side of the fence one is on (pro-Levy or anti-Levy), we are all Spurs supporters and want the best for our club. In that, united we stand.
All the best, Glenn
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