Harry Kane’s hectic summer
Harry Kane has been the subject to intense speculation regarding his future since he told Gary Neville that he wanted to leave Tottenham this summer.
Harry Kane is at The Molineux today. Tottenham are still convinced they’ll be able to keep Harry at the club this summer – Man City will try again and again, Daniel Levy has always said no. ⚪️ #THFC
…and here Harry is, today. Spurs team. 👇🏻 pic.twitter.com/ULwXhKUuQv
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) August 22, 2021
Manchester City have semingly been the only possible destination for the Englishman all summer, and, heading into the final week of the transfer window, this remains the case.
Will a move for the 27 year old happen, though?
David Ornstein has his say
The headline journalist for The Athletic, David Ornstein, spoke to NBC News on the situation heading into the dying days of the window, and whether he thought a move was going to happen.
When quizzed on the possibility, Ornstein said:
“I don’t think that’s going to happen [Manchester City making a late bid]. If I was a betting man, I would say that he’s going to be staying at Spurs now. It’s getting too late and the sort of money that Daniel Levy would want is just not where Manchester City are at at the moment, and Tottenham would need to replace him”
In further good news for Tottenham fans, he continued:
“What I think is more likely is that Tottenham are going to bring in reinforcements regardless”
Tottenham have been linked with both Metz midfielder Pape Sarr and Wolverhampton Wanderers Adama Traore before the window closes, although it remains to be seen whether both deals can be achieved in the final week of the transfer season.
However, Kane staying would be worth plenty to Tottenham, even if the fans take some time to forgive his antics.