Kane, just go!

Kane, just go!

By Don Scully

We are getting closer and closer to the start of the new Premier League season, and the Kane saga keeps rolling along. People need to prepare, and the club and the fans need either reassurance that he will stay or that he is actually going. The trouble with Levy is that he always sails close to the wind. It suits him, and sod everybody else… He is the governor; I just wished he governed properly like any normal person does.

The well established Eurosport magazine has revealed that Kane is set to restate his desire to leave the club he has served so loyally for all his footballing career, this summer amidst speculation that other clubs want him.

Kane has reached many finals for Spurs, but never once was on the winning side, and even in the Euro Championship, where he got to the final, there was another missed chance to win a trophy as he was again on the losing side (to Italy).

As reported by Glenn Renshaw on these blogs, Tottenham and Levy have privately said that they have no intention of selling their star player this summer, irrespective of whatever money is thrown at the club (source Football.London).

Gold of Football.London added in his article that the club do not imagine that Kane will sulk if they do not allow him to leave but get on with it. However, Eurosport have also reported that Kane will let the Spurs Board know again that he seeks a new challenge. It was also said that Kane is due back at the club in a couple of weeks for some pre-season training, where he will also have talks with Nuno Espirito Santo, who wants to discuss his vision for the club with him.

As it was also reported in Glenn Renshaw’s previous blog, City had private and secret talks with Daniel Levy about selling him, and I believe that City had put in an offer of 100m plus players.

Maybe Levy should cash in on him as he will soon be 28-years old and, in footballing terms, getting on a bit; thus, a nice handsome financial contribution for Harry could help us build a good and better squad. After all, many clubs finished higher without Kane, and if they can do it, then we should be able to emulate their success without our talisman. Just a thought!

By Don Scully

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