In the midst of the Man City transfer stalemate, Harry Kane received ‘strike’ guidance from Dimitar Berbatov.
Tottenham Hotspur captain Harry Kane has been linked with a £150 million move to Manchester City in recent weeks, causing him to miss training.
The Harry Kane to Manchester City saga continues to make headlines, with England’s number nine expressing his desire to leave Tottenham and join the Premier League champions.
Kane, 28, has spent his entire career with Tottenham, scoring 166 league goals in his 242 league appearances.
However, Kane wants to join last season’s Champions League finalists after fresh attempts to sign him from Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, along with his inability to win a single title in his career.
Last month, City’s £100 million deal for Kane was rejected.
However, having reached a gentleman’s agreement with Daniel Levy about leaving The Lilywhites, he believes that skipping training is the best way to go about it.
Former Spurs striker Dimitar Berbatov, on the other hand, believes Kane is going about his business incorrectly, having done it himself.
Berbatov, who joined Manchester United for £30.75 million from Tottenham Hotspur in 2008, has warned Kane that his actions will have little impact on the deal.
“I missed two games for Spurs when my transfer to United was about to happen and, looking back, I don’t think it had much of a factor in getting my move,” the former Bulgaria international told Betfair. I didn’t miss training, but I made it clear that I wanted out.”
“It was a terrible scenario that was eating me apart on the inside because I am not the type of person who would do anything like that. Unfortunately, in this situation, you must be harsh, and in business, you must be tough and stand your ground. When you do this, the player is the one who suffers the most.”
“It depresses you both physically and mentally. You become mentally fatigued as you consider all possibilities.
Even though I did it, Kane boycotting Spurs games would be one of the worst things that could happen.”
“For the supporters and everyone associated with the team, that would be hard to watch and tough to swallow. That is something I do not want to see happen. It would just add fuel to the fire.”
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