Tottenham: Fans believe Harry Kane will avoid preparing to push for moving to City
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According to the English, Harry Kane will avoid going to the preparation of Tottenham in order to put pressure on the administration and let him get a transfer to Manchester City!
Manchester City intends to make … a crazy break in the transfer market. For this reason, she is reportedly willing to sell Mahrez-Sterling. Its purpose is none other than to secure liquidity and proceed with the transfers of Haland, Griezmann, and Kane!
In fact, according to the English, the Tottenham striker will avoid being in the preparation of the team in order to put pressure on the administration and to make the negotiations with City easy in his transfer.
At the same time, Nuno Espirito Santo seems to be counting on him normally, but as the Telegraph points out, “Kane’s teammates believe that he could avoid preparation in order to try to push for a deal with City.” However, Santo has in mind that there is a high chance of losing the best player of his team and that is why he is targeting Vlahovic from Fiorentina.
We remind you that the 27-year-old has a contract until 2024 but he wants to go to a team that will give him the opportunity to win titles. So far, with the London team, Kane has had 336 appearances with 221 goals and 47 assists.
Let’s see in more detail Hane’s resume.
Harry Edward Kane was born on 28 July 1993. He is an English professional footballer. He currently plays as a striker in the Premier League in Tottenham Hotspur and is an international with the England national team.
Kane joined Tottenham Hotspur in 2011 in the UEFA Europa League against Hearts. Before joining Tottenham Hotspur, he was loaned out to Leighton Orient, who played in League One, Millwall and Leicester City, the Premier League, and Norwich City, who played in the Premier League.
He became a key player for Tottenham in the 2014-15 season. In this season he scored 31 goals, 21 of them in the league. He won the title of “PFA New Player of the Year”. Kane was the Premier League’s top scorer for both the 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons and played with Tottenham in the Champions League qualifiers on both occasions. He has won the Footballer of the Month title for the Premier League six times and has scored over 100 goals for Tottenham.
Kane became an international with the England national team U-17, U-19, U-20, and U-21. He scored his international debut for the England national team on 27 March 2015 and participated in the UEFA Euro 2016 in the 2018 World Cup, where he won the golden shoe of the tournament with six goals, and in Euro 2020.
Tottenham’s current players are Harry Kane (forward), Son Heung-min (forward), Dele Alli (midfielder), Hugo Lloris (goalkeeper), Sergio Reguilón (defender), Lucan Moura (midfielder), Joe Hart (goalkeeper), Tanguy Ndombele (midfielder), Perre-Emile Højbjerg (midfielder), Giovanni Lo Celso (midfielder), Steven Bergwijn (forward), Érik Lamela (midfielder), Serge Aurier (defender), Eric Dier (midfielder), Moussa Sissoko (midfielder), Toby Alderweireld (defender), Joe Rodon (defender), Harry Winks (midfielder), Davinson Sánchez (defender), Japhet Tanganga (defender), Oliver Skipp (midfielder), Ryan Sessegnon (midfielder), Matt Doherty (defender), Ben Davies (defender), Cameron Carter-Vickers (defender), Jack Clarke (forward) and Alfie Whiteman (goalkeeper).
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