Harry Kane is unhappy about playing on Sunday!
According to the Sun paper, Harry Kane is unhappy with the club over the prospect of facing City in the club’s curtain-raiser at the Tottenham stadium.
The paper claims that Kane hoped to be left out of the squad; despite this, Nuno Espirito Santo wants him to face City. Either starting or on the bench.
Kane will start training today (11th) after completing his self-isolation period. While isolating he has been staying at the club’s Lodge accommodation near Hotspur Way.
Some of those that work close to the club believe Kane should have returned later, rather than earlier, in a bid to be disregarded for Sunday’s game. To me, Kane isn’t that sort of person.
As for Kane leaving, well, that will depend on Daniel Levy getting an offer in the region of £160million. Which probably means £160million or higher.
The trouble with newspaper articles is they are more interested in selling than giving factual news, and anything to do with Kane sells papers. No doubt it will be a different story tomorrow. But saying that, some newspapers do have inside knowledge, and some of their “exclusives” end up becoming fact. So it is a case of wait and see, and don’t forget that the Transfer window comes to a close on the 31st of August. By then, all will be revealed.
Alasdair Gold, the Spurs supporting journalist, has often claimed that the club/ Levy’s stance remains that Harry Kane is not for sale.
Whether he stays or goes, we need to build and build strong, or we won’t be getting into the top four any day soon. We’ve got a grand stadium, but with a team that is, sadly, suspect (at the moment).
Be safe, Glenn
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