Kane: Danger of Rebellion

Just as Luka Modric knew how to do it in 2012 or Gareth Bale in 2013, Tottenham once again face a ‘rebel’ player at their institution. It’s Harry Kane’s threat, according to ‘The Telegraph’.

The 27-year-old striker expressed his desire to leave the club even before going to the European Championship with England, but to date there is no news of possible destinations. Nuno Espírito Santo, new ‘spur’ coach, at a press conference he reaffirmed the saying that filled Kane’s patience: “Harry is ours. Point”. The phrase felt fatal to the captain of the club, who would have given an ultimatum to Daniel Levy, president, to let him go.


The present of Tottenham, in terms of ambitions, does not have a good direction: after the irregular campaign with the dismissal of José Mourinho included, the London team nor could not even get into the Europa League, having to settle for the tedious Conference.

They finished the season with Ryan Mason as interim coach, and Nuno took over for this season. All this cocktail of bad news does not motivate Kane to want to continue captaining the ship ‘spur’, and for that reason he informed the board of directors to listen to the offers that come through him.

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With a contract in effect until 2024, Harry continues to tighten the rope to get out. Manchester City want to take advantage of the troubled river and fish for a goal they have in mind for several seasons. The departure of Agüero and the possible sale of Gabriel Jesus to Juventus give gas to the reinforcement, which would be a star signing for Pep Guardiola on offense.

The ‘citizens’ have been making cash to give strength to the investment. The sales of Harrison to Leeds, Angeliño to Leipzig and Nmecha to Wolfsburg leave an economic space that they want to fill with the arrival of the ‘9’, whose incorporation would be around 100 million euros. If there is an offer, Kane will do his best to leave.

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