Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City are both at risk of being humiliated as a result of Harry Kane’s transfer decision.


Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City are both at risk of being humiliated as a result of Harry Kane’s transfer decision.

For the time being, Harry Kane will remain at Tottenham.

Tottenham officials will undoubtedly believe they have ‘won’ the summer transfer window after fending off Manchester City’s interest in star striker Harry Kane, but have they? Tottenham might have built a new, exciting club with cash to spend if they had offloaded the striker, but they are now trapped with a man who wants to play somewhere else.

Kane is without a doubt one of the top footballers on the planet.

The 28-year-old striker, who is also captain of the England national team, scored 33 goals and added 17 assists last season, lifting a team beset by off-field problems at times.

He continued his good form at Euro 2020, scoring four goals in seven games and guiding England to the final.

Kane’s contract with Tottenham runs until 2024, after he signed a six-year extension in 2018.

With that in mind, why would Tottenham want to sell?

Manchester City made their intentions apparent early in the summer window, stating that Kane and Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish were their top targets.

When it came to triggering the release clause in national darling Grealish’s contract earlier this summer, they had no problem parting with £100 million.

When it came to Kane, though, they opted to be more frugal with their money.

City kept silent on their desire to recruit Kane after Spurs rejected their £75 million approach with £25 million in add-ons. Instead, they appeared to let the striker damage his reputation with the club and its fanbase.

City will now seek to defend their Premier League title with no recognized out-and-out striker, barring a crazy bid for Manchester United legend Cristiano Ronaldo, 36.

Spurs, on the other hand, have a top forward who isn’t interested in playing. The Kane to City story will most likely continue throughout the season, and depending on what occurs, both clubs may find themselves in hot water.

Kane reaffirmed in his statement that he would be staying at Tottenham “this summer,” but his comments gave Spurs fans little hope that he would stay until the end of his contract.

As a result, this is a story that will resurface throughout the season, and Kane will surely be asked about City.

To imply Kane will close his eyes. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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