Tottenham Hotspur and Daniel Levy had a very tough battle on their hands last summer as Manchester City came calling for their star striker Harry Kane, although a bid of £100 million was knocked back and the 28-year old remained with Spurs.
Will Spurs finish in the top four?
That could now prove to be a good decision on both sides of the deal as Kane is getting to work with a serial winner in the form of Antonio Conte and Man City appear to be in pole position to land the young striker Erling Haaland.
However, just because Man City may no longer be interested, that doesn’t mean Kane is destined to remain at Spurs, as Romano spoke about,
(20:17) “They don’t want to lose him [Kane] but if you don’t have Champions League football and if you lose Antonio Conte then it’s a big problem, it’s a big big problem. It’s like okay, we’ll restart again and it’s not a good moment for Tottenham to do that.”
TIF Thoughts on Kane…
The Tottenham Hotspur striker is not enjoying his best season in front of goal, however, under Conte, he has picked up form registering 12 goals and seven assists during the Italian’s tenure, but that’s nothing compared to the 23 goals and 14 assists he managed in the league last term.
Daniel Levy and Conte will be hoping and praying that Spurs can finish inside the top four this season as that would likely be enough to see Kane willingly stay with the club for at least one more season and potentially extend his contract, something that’s reportedly in the works.