On leaving Tottenham last summer, Harry Kane is still a Spurs player. But that could change next summer, when the English club, coached by Antonio Conte, is 8th in the Premier League, before facing Manchester City this Saturday in the league, and eliminated from the European cups.
Recently, the Italian Antonio Conte (52) questioned the activity of Tottenham during the last winter transfer window. The former Inter, Juventus and Chelsea coach publicly criticized his managers for having sold or loaned 4 players (Tanguy Ndombélé to OL, Giovanni Lo Celso to Villareal, Dele Alli to Everton, Bryan Gil in Valencia) and having recruited only two (Rodrigo Bentancur and Dejan Kulusevski from Juventus). According to the Sun, Harry Kane agrees with his coach, reframed by the leaders of the English club. The 28-year-old striker also wonders about the club’s ability to compete with the best English and European teams, and more generally to win trophies in the short and medium term. A question already at work last summer, which had prompted the striker to request his transfer to his leaders, to join Manchester City, as confirmed by Pep Guardiola at a press conference on Friday.
Hard in business, the President of Tottenham, Daniel Levy, had refused to sell Harry Kane to a direct competitor, even for a huge sum (we were talking then about 150 million euros). The Spurs president may have to come to terms with it at the end of the season if the club is not more active in the summer transfer window. Harry Kane, according to the Sunwill once again ask for his transfer if the workforce is not considerably improved to allow him to compete with the strong national and European competition.
The 28-year-old striker, who wants to win a trophy in his career, would always have desires elsewhere. But two years from the end of his contract (2024), Harry Kane, 15 goals this season, will not be in a stronger position to leave than in the summer of 2021.