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Harry Kane’s Guarded Interview Unlikely To Comfort Daniel Levy Much|video

By Harry Hotspur -

Harry Kane is playing his hand very modestly indeed, and anyone who is seeking to convince themselves that the England captain is staying at Tottenham Hotspur next season is – in my view – believing what they wish to believe, as opposed to watching and taking into account the specific words and the body language.

This was a masterclass in non-committal politeness, and surely a stark warning to those that believe Kane to be a nitwit is way off beam.

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Buffalo Soldier
Buffalo Soldier
1 year ago

So he wants to leave to win PL titles nobody blames him but Levy is adamant he wont leave.
What happens next?

Phil
Phil
1 year ago

Don’t believe Levy’s supposed stance , he’s desperate for the money mate , but can’t be seen to show it

Cali
Cali
1 year ago

I say all these transfers of players linked with Spurs is a big time part and parcel Enic/Levy propaganda machine to make stupid fans feel good and to milk them at the end on every season. I say to HH you have to avoid to be party of that unless anyone puts a pen to a paper signs it and be confirmed the rest is big time Spin to take advantage those poor emotional Spurs fans. Life is experience you can’t be fooled season in season out as happens in Tottenham every season learn from yesterday years cheers.

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
1 year ago

Italy will fear both England and Denmark

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
1 year ago

I think we will probably win the tournament anyway but I would prefer to have been playing Spain, a bit unlucky tonight, who might have been feeling fatigue from three successive bouts of extra time.

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
1 year ago

Gwarn spain

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
1 year ago
Reply to  Tappaspur

England will fear Spain more than Italy!

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
1 year ago

England fear no one

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
1 year ago

You can’t be as profligate as Spain and expect to win!

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
1 year ago

Celly. Good luck later son. You’re playing well (brilliant against Ecuador)

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
1 year ago

Italy’s vision and movement! plus brutal defensive resolve

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
1 year ago

Not long now till the Leyton game. (£2 to JE3 foundation👍

Last edited 1 year ago by Tappaspur
East Stand
East Stand
1 year ago

He’s gone, i’m 85% sure he’s going to Citeh and the principles of personal terms have all been done. It needs to be done because if the Italian geezer has been brought in to spend the proceeds, he won’t have much time at 12.45pm on deadline day.

Are you listening Daniel? You insufferable pr*ck… 🤔

East Stand
East Stand
1 year ago
Reply to  East Stand

Sorry, 11.45! Mind you this will be ‘Levy Time’ remember… 😂

coys1882
coys1882
1 year ago
Reply to  East Stand

Guardiola just came out in a TV interview and said that City cannot afford any of their striker targets at the prices demanded … “At the prices, we are not going to buy any strikers, it is impossible, we cannot afford it. It is impossible”… As Levy will not lower his price, which I would hazard a guess is not less than 150 mill, Harry is unlikely to be going anywhere.

JoburgSpur
JoburgSpur
1 year ago

I cannot see Levy selling Kane for less than 120 million and at that price I don’t think there are any buyers. Not for a player of Kane’s age. In Jan or next summer he is worth less and at 90->100million I think there would be buyers and I think he goes.

Tangangry
Tangangry
1 year ago
Reply to  JoburgSpur

Nailed it. Only goes if City stump up £120m+. Should ramp up in the next 3 weeks if it’s gonna happen.

East Stand
East Stand
1 year ago
Reply to  Tangangry

It has to happen, or Paratici will be working with the usual shirt buttons…

Lord Croker
Lord Croker
1 year ago
Reply to  JoburgSpur

Petrol cost us sky high. The citeh owners pockets run deep.

CowSpurs
CowSpurs
1 year ago

I look at it like this, if we had Ch Lg football he might, that is a small might too, stay. I cannot reason why a striker of his calibre would waste another season playing against dodgy Spanish teams and top flight Macedonians and have no chance of winning a pot. Does he really want to line up with Sanchez, Aurier, Dier, Winks, Bergwijn and Sissoko when he could be in a team with the world’s best. If the answer is a head in the cloud ‘He loves the club and his missus is settled’ then I’ll leave you to take your meds.

If Kane doesn’t hand in a written transfer request I will forge one myself, get one of those Kane masks and walk up to Levy saying ‘Obviously’ and sticking it on the charlatan’s head. He has served this club with greatness, without Levy even once looking to build a team around him and he warrants a chance to fill his boots with medals. I might find some demented solace with him winning some pots and pans, just like Bale, Modric and Eriksen.

England Mike
England Mike
1 year ago

He is part of an England team that have been handed on a plate, virtually the best chance to win a trophy, and should achieve it with virtually all games at Wembley.
Clutching straws here but I wonder if that success will inspire him to want more at club level, or reignite his desire to win something with Spurs.
Also from a Levy point of view it would prove his extremely high valuation of the player should Kane as captain and top scorer lift the trophy.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 year ago
Reply to  England Mike

I doubt it. The only reason England can be successful is because Levy and ENIC have nothing to do with them. Kane is a sensible enough individual to realise that can never be replicated at Spurs, and all he is doing is drawing in the fans as an attraction that will never win anything of note. The lad needs to think of himself now and stop being used by these parasites. I want to see what Levy does to try and replace him, that should be interesting. Also the effect losing his talisman might have on Levy personally ie the barefaced lies he told him now out in the open for all to see (that want to see anyway).

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 year ago
Reply to  England Mike

Why is it easy if England do it? Many hosts haven’t won and our best performance thus far was Rome. Some real talent in our ranks and if they can handle the pressure we have a great shot. It isn’t easy though.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
1 year ago
Reply to  Baleficent

I don’t think the hosts have won it since France in 1984 but what I believe has been helpful is that England have had (or will have had) all these home games without the usual accompanying pressure of being the host nation because other teams have been playing at home as well. Also at the end of a long season our players haven’t had to do all the travelling that some of the other teams have had to do. I think (I’m not sure because when studying the results it doesn’t mention the venues and they only make passing mention to them in the actual television commentaries) the four semi-finalists played all their group games at home.

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 year ago

Exactly. It’s been easier for them at this one. Many hosts don’t win though. Wembley will be el3ctric and 8nspiring fo4 this group if we get there on Sunday though. Danes will be tough.

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 year ago
Reply to  Baleficent

My keyboard seems to be in Rainman mode. Lots of numbers.

Bigsy
Bigsy
1 year ago

I find it incredible that this ‘ambitious’ ‘hungry’ often ‘selfish’ individual, (those were the words most fans used to describe him as a player) is now a powder puff and not really capable of kicking off and getting his own way..

no no no, he’s tied to a contract and going nowhere! 🤣🤣🤣
yeah, I’m utterly convinced he is staying too..🤣

The quiet Kane is now more vocal than Paul Scholes but no need to smell a rat at all.

Don’t you just love our fan base.

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 year ago
Reply to  Bigsy

As was posted earlier by HH, HK isn’t an idiot and far from it. He would be if he doesn’t push fo4 a move and we will see what happens then.

Stewart Smith
Stewart Smith
1 year ago

I’ve no idea whether he stays or goes, some seem to believe they KNOW he’s leaving, some THINK he is & some think he should but none of us are entirely sure.
What I do know is Mr. Levy will NOT give him away & when you consider, a). he’s the BEST striker in world football at present (no please don’t say any striker outside the hardest league in the world is, because if Harry were in any other league he’d be scoring 40+/year!), b). he has THREE years left on his contract & c). he will need to formally hand in a written request to leave, (not just hint at it or be non-commital in interview), his current value surely has to be about £150m??
Who could afford that in the current economic situation?
So I’m leaning toward thinking/believing Mr. Levy will do a ‘Luka Modrić’ on him & he’ll stay at least this season & ok, maybe that is mad wishful thinking or akin to having imbibed some dodgy ‘shrooms but I do sure hope he stays.

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 year ago
Reply to  Stewart Smith

Harry is the best in my lifetime at Spurs – I am 46 – and I genuinely want him to stay but totally get him wanting to go to a club with real ambition. Sad that Levy is such a caaaant.

JoburgSpur
JoburgSpur
1 year ago

I don’t think Harry is gone this year. I think he is far more likely to go next summer for 100million than for 150million now. Harry doesn’t have to sign a new contract. He has kept up his side of the agreement in performing at the top level, Levy has not provided a team/manager around him to fulfill his ambitions. Each year he drops in value by about 50million and Levy must decide how much he is willing to lose by keeping hold of Kane each year as he runs down his contract.

If the team does have a major overhaul now (not much time to do it) then they may need Harry’s goals whilst the rest of the team settles but unless we miraculously suddenly start challenging for the league and trophies then Harry is off. If not now, then January or next summer. As Harry has said before he can still play for a while yet and he is in no big rush. This summer or next is not much difference to him.

Surespur
Surespur
1 year ago
Reply to  JoburgSpur

Mate, seriously? The guy is coming up 28; and despite how he says he feels; and how long he thinks he’s got at the top level, he’s got maybe 3-years left at the very, very top level. Opportunities like City only arise when the conditions are perfect for them; and that, my friend, is right now.
They may be happy to pay £100m+ for a striker that will give them 3 or 4-years, but not 2. Next year, Haaland, or Mbappe will be no-brainers over Kane

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
1 year ago
Reply to  Surespur

Agreed. HK is going!
In fact spinning it along a deal has probably already been agreed in principle and that we are simply going though the motions before the dreaded announcement.
It’s a funny old game when a bitter irony not lost on the club should England win the Euros before he collects a trophy at Spurs!!

Last edited 1 year ago by David Dillenberg
Fred
Fred
1 year ago

So if City don’t cough up and utd do, does he go there? I doubt it. If he wants to win things, it’s Juve, City, Madrid. If City don’t want to cough up the reddies then there is no other English team worth him joining (and Levy will _NOT_ sell to Chelsea) and Juve and Madrid are broke, so on that logic I’d say the odds are even that he’s still here next year.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
1 year ago

England though, in my view, have always had greater trophy winning potential than Spurs under Levy and Enic.

Stewart Smith
Stewart Smith
1 year ago
Reply to  Surespur

Good!
In which case Mr.Levy, PLEASE hold firm & let Manchester City f*ck off!

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
1 year ago
Reply to  JoburgSpur

Whilst I am happy to eat humble pie and delighted if he stays, having made his future aspirations intentions clear a long while ago surely HK will be sold in the summer to the highest bidder??

Last edited 1 year ago by David Dillenberg
Tappaspur
Tappaspur
1 year ago

What if he doesn’t want to play for the highest bidder?

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
1 year ago
Reply to  Tappaspur

Then presumably we are simply left with an unhappy player?!

Spursnutd
Spursnutd
1 year ago
Reply to  Tappaspur

So he would rather play Thursday night football in the penny drop Cup than play cl with a team he has a chance to win trophies with 🤔

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
1 year ago
Reply to  Spursnutd

Dunno!

East Stand
East Stand
1 year ago
Reply to  Spursnutd

He’s wasted enough of his career trying to win stuff with Levy to contend with. I believe he’s been lied to and eventually let down just to keep him at the club past opening the stadium.

He loves the club but ENIC are c*nts, simple as that…

East Stand
East Stand
1 year ago
Reply to  Tappaspur

Why wouldn’t he if that bidder is City?

Stewart Smith
Stewart Smith
1 year ago
Reply to  East Stand

IF Manchester City??
Not what was asked!
(What IF it’s NOT!)

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 year ago
Reply to  Stewart Smith

Well he stands a better chance of winning silverware with ALL the remaining top 6 aside from us. We’re a joke.

Stewart Smith
Stewart Smith
1 year ago
Reply to  Tappaspur

Good point!

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
1 year ago

There is the chance that this Summer due to the pandemic that City may not stump up. However, they have supposedly suggested that, rather than buy another striker in the meantime, they will try again next year!

Bigsy
Bigsy
1 year ago
Reply to  JoburgSpur

Levy can’t afford to take that gamble, ENIC know it’s now or never..

Stewart Smith
Stewart Smith
1 year ago
Reply to  Bigsy

Can I ask, what price do YOU think Mr.Levy should ask? (&/or will ask?).
As I said, I’d think £150m, others say £120m, some press had Manchester City offering £100m plus Laporte/Sterling/Jesus/Mahrez/Silva (which surely equates to =/>£150m?).

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 year ago
Reply to  JoburgSpur

I think you’re kidding yourself in hope. Kane wants to go that is obvious from what he has said and his body language. If you were him would you want to stay and pander to the lying tow-rag that is Levy for any longer? He’s given Levy and Spurs more than enough time to come good but we’re going in the polar opposite direction to that which Levy promised. The whole thing has been a charade and even a nice, trusting lad like Harry has now sussed it out. Good luck at City I’ll be rooting for you.

Elevenstonedidiots
Elevenstonedidiots
1 year ago

You cannot expect a player of Kanes calibre to stick around at a club that doesn’t win anything and is not interested in winning anything. Its absurd that the England captain is the least decorated player in the dressing room. I’m livid that it has come to this but for his own good Kane needs to get the hell out of dodge.

Surespur
Surespur
1 year ago

Totally agree. Hanging around in bad company is not good for one’s profile. His commercial value as England captain can only be increased by becoming a winner

Bigsy
Bigsy
1 year ago

Spot on

CowSpurs
CowSpurs
1 year ago

Yup

Legoverlass
Legoverlass
1 year ago

It is such a damning indictment of ENIC and Levy that all our best players have felt the only way to achieve success is to leave. We potentially could have enjoyed decades of watching great players winning at THFC with owners who were genuine and committed to running a successful football club

BillyBojangles
BillyBojangles
1 year ago
Reply to  Legoverlass

And they were right: Eriksen – league title, Walker – league titles and some cups, Trippier – league title, Modric and Bale -league titles and more pots than a Gordon Ramsay show.

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 year ago
Reply to  BillyBojangles

Trippier and Walker aren’t fit to lace Harry’s boots and they’ve won big titles. Feel sad for him – proper owners would have built a legacy around him.

Harry
Harry
1 year ago

The owners are complete plums…….closing the stable door after the horse has bolted. Harry thanks for all your service, win the Euro’s and then move to a club with ambition and a chance to win trophies. You will always be a legend.

East Stand
East Stand
1 year ago
Reply to  Harry

Anyone booing him within our support must be banned for life.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
1 year ago
Reply to  Harry

I agree, for the same reasons; he’s done his bit for us over a prolonged period and deserves to go somewhere where they win trophies and not be hanging around at a club owned and run by greedy parasites.

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 year ago

Doesn’t seem too excited by another manager and new DoF. Levy’s idiocy has got our greatest striker to here. Shameful.

East Stand
East Stand
1 year ago
Reply to  Baleficent

He’s looking forward to working with Pep and the ambitious environment at Citeh. He couldn’t give a toss about Nuno and some poxy DOF. It’s all just more Levy bolll*cks as far as he’s concerned…

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
1 year ago
Reply to  East Stand

One thing we’re never short of at Tottenham, Eastie…..”Levy boll***s”

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 year ago
Reply to  East Stand

Sad but true. Wish him well as Levy is a cancer.

Spursnutd
Spursnutd
1 year ago

I will say it again Harry has to do whatever it takes it get away from spurs this year this window or he will regret it. He has given his all for the club and had levy and Lewis matched that effort with money for signings we would not be at this point. Leave Harry and thanks you were and are a true spurs legend.

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