Fans of Manchester City have been reacting to a post on Twitter, which relays reports that Harry Kane has told Tottenham he may leave the North London club.
According to reports in the Daily Star, the England striker is reportedly a target of Manchester United, Manchester City and Real Madrid, and his recent comments to his current employers have put all who are interested in him on “red alert.”
Kane recently suggested in an Instagram exchange with former Spur Jamie Redknapp that he could leave the club, stating he would not stay “for the sake of it”.
In reaction to the rumours, which were relayed by Man City Xtra on Twitter, fans of the club have flocked to have their say on the matter, with many begging Pep Guardiola to sign the £135 million-rated frontman, while others have suggested that there are other signings City should prioritise.
Harry Kane is a target of Manchester City, Manchester United and Real Madrid, and has put them on 'red alert' after warning he will quit Tottenham if they don't 'develop' into 'winners'.
— Man City Xtra (@City_Xtra) March 29, 2020
Pep please get him
— Cozy kay (@Cozykay4) March 29, 2020
So how many seasons is he going to give them? One, two?
— Alan Allcock ? (@alaninknutsford) March 29, 2020
No we good! I’ll rather have lautaro maritinez, haaland, Werner
— Seydaliyare10 (@seydaliyare10) March 29, 2020
Haaland is much easier to sign
— Alex.. (@ncx92) March 30, 2020
No wait for haaland stick with gabriel until then
— Shawn (@Shawn25362555) March 29, 2020
— Mark N (@mark_n0) March 29, 2020
What do we think?
While some City fans are apparently not convinced at the thought of signing Kane, the striker’s stats make a compelling argument against their protests.
Although Kane has been sidelined with multiple injuries throughout the season, he has still managed 11 Premier League goals in just 20 appearances, in addition to a further six goals in just five Champions League fixtures.
As such, it would appear that should Kane ever leave Spurs, that he may not be as bad of a signing as some City fans would believe.