In 2018, as England skipper Harry Kane signed a long term deal at Tottenham Hotspur, the project to make the North London side a heavyweight not just in England was very clear. The manager then, Mauricio Pochettino seemed to have a very clear strategy and the chairman Daniel Levy was in support.
Kane signing a six year deal not only showed his trust in the project but endeared him to the fans and thus the adoration that followed with the striker then referred as Mr. Tottenham. Three years down the line, however, he doesn’t seem to subscribe so much to the project, and indeed, a lot has changed.
Pochettino went, Jose Mourinho came and went, another manager is set to come and the future remains unclear. Kane has refused to be part of the unclear future and reports from North London indicate he has told the club hierarchy that he’d like to leave.
The timing of the news may be even damning for Spurs. The team is fighting hard to secure a top four place and a return to Champions League football, which would be quite appealing for Kane. The destabilization this may cause the team in the final two matches is not what Daniel Levy will want, and this may just give rival teams an edge over Spurs at this crucial time of the season.
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In their last home match, Spurs face Aston Villa, and just maybe Kane will have the chance to say a final, proper farewell to North London. While that remains to be seen, everyone associated with the England national team will hope the instability all this causes will not affect the preparations for the Euro Championships set to start on June 11.
The striker’s preference is said to be in England, which would excite Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City, all who have not just been linked with the forward, but also said to have already made contact with his representatives.
With three years to go in his contract, Spurs will have an upper hand on where Kane ends next season if he were to leave. Daniel Levy is known for tough stances when it comes to such and it won’t be a surprise if he sets an astronomical transfer fee for his talisman.
In the coronavirus era, very few clubs would be able to afford a player of Kane’s caliber, but it has been reported there’s interest from Spain too, with the striker open to moving there as well.
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