This came after Meyler appeared as a guest on the latest episode of the OTB Football podcast and he spoke about numerous issues involving the Premier League weekend.
He was asked about Kane’s future at the club and Meyler believes that there will surely be interest in signing the Englishman in the summer and like Christian Eriksen, he could also end up having a meeting with Daniel Levy.
Will Kane push for a summer exit?
Spurs lost 3-1 to Manchester United recently, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men came back from 1-0 down. The Athletic have recently reported about Kane, saying that the Englishman is running out of patience at Spurs and he will push for an exit, if the club doesn’t qualify for the top four.
Meyler talked about Kane, saying that nobody knows what the striker really wants and if he makes it clear that he wants to leave, Tottenham will find it difficult to keep him.
He said: “Harry Kane is kind of Tottenham through and through, isn’t he? I know there’s those stupid things going around that he supported Arsenal as a boy but Harry Kane is Tottenham. You’ve seen so many different ex-players, pundits, journalists, everyone saying what should Harry Kane do. Nobody really knows what Harry Kane wants.
“Of course, there was that article that came out and saying if they don’t finish top four, he’ll want to move, but there will be proper interest in him because if he goes and has a conversation with Daniel Levy a bit like [if] you watch the Amazon All or Nothing [documentary] with Christian Eriksen – it wasn’t about the money.
“He just felt, I want out, I want a new challenge. And if Harry Kane goes, ‘Look guys, I want out,’ it’s going to be very, very difficult to keep him.”
TIF Thoughts on Kane’s future…
Kane’s current value stands at as high as £108 million and he’s having a highly impressive Premier League campaign, having contributed to the highest number of goals in the division. Perhaps, that can lead to an increase in his value.
It has been suggested that Daniel Levy would want a high fee to part ways with the Englishman as well. And in a market impacted by the pandemic, it might not be easy for clubs to afford the Englishman. So if Kane really wants to leave Spurs, he might have to push for a move or clubs may not be able to afford him.