Kane won’t leave Tottenham

Once’ Harry Kane (29) does not leave Tottenham. He won’t be joining a Premier League rival, although we’ll see in the summer.

British media ‘Daily Mail’ said on the 30th (Korean time), “Regardless of Kane’s current contract status, he is not leaving Tottenham. According to what we have found out, he is definitely a Premier League rival team. I don’t go to,” he said.

Kane grew up at Tottenham from 스포츠토토the age of 11 and rose to the ranks of top-class strikers. He played a big role as Tottenham’s ‘seonggol’ and even signed a long-term contract, but there was no trophy. He breaks individual Premier League records, but has no winning record, entangled in his team’s sluggishness.

If he plays for Tottenham until next season, his contract expires. He could go out as a free agent. Tottenham want to renew the contract with Kane, but Kane has not yet given a definite answer. He is more cautious because he once decided to move to Manchester City to win the championship.

Chairman Daniel Levy is not going to let Kane go easily with one year remaining. His contract ends next summer, but he is sticking with more than 100 billion won.

The team trying to approach Kane is Manchester United. Manager Eric ten Haag wants to sign a solid scorer this summer. But he has to get over Chairman Levy. If Chairman Levy is in a solid position, he does not want to be dragged into negotiations. Kane also has no intention of leaving Tottenham.

Although the atmosphere was tense, the ‘Daily Mail’ position was different. Despite his stubborn attitude, the door seems to be open to some extent. The media pointed out, “Negotiations are actually underway. It is not a direct negotiation, but we are planning how to approach it with the possibility of a potential transfer.”

Of course, it is not easy to have a full-fledged conversation with Chairman Levy. ‘Daily Mail’ also announced, “If Chairman Levy does not bend his stance, Manchester United will turn to the other side. Viktor Osimen and Dushan Blahovic are mentioned.”

Meanwhile, Kane recently told the media about his team’s lackluster situation. In an exclusive interview with ‘Sky Sports’, “I think the value of the club has declined a bit over the past few years. The value of the team is that everyone wants to win. We competed without spending a lot of money. For 3-4 years We had a very good time. We have to get our way back to compete at the top.”