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‘In some ways I’m glad’: Premier League manager reacts to Tottenham transfer

By Saikat -

West Ham United manager David Moyes has revealed that he is delighted to see the back of Harry Kane.

The 30-year-old England international has completed his transfer to Bayern Munich and a lot of Premier League clubs will breathe a sigh of relief that they will not have to line up against the Tottenham striker anymore.

Kane is undoubtedly one of the best players in the world and he is one of the best Premier League strikers of all time.

Moyes has heaped praise on the England international but he also revealed that he is relieved that West Ham will not have to face him anymore.

“I think Harry Kane has worked and whatever he’s done, he’s deserved [his move to Bayern],” he told reporters (h/t Daily Star). “He’s captain of England [and] rightly so because of his goals.

“I’m a big admirer because of his goals, but in some ways I’m glad he’s gone”.

Kane made his mark in the London derbies time and again and the likes of Arsenal and Chelsea will also be delighted with his departure.

It will be interesting to see how Tottenham replace him in the remaining days of the window.

The north London giants will have to bring in a top-class striker who can make an immediate impact and replace the goal-scoring output of their former captain.

Spurs certainly have the money to spend now and they have been linked with a number of strikers like Jonathan David and Dusan Vlahovic.

Kane was in the final year of his contract with Tottenham and the London club were under pressure to cash in on him. Losing a player of his ability on a free transfer next summer would have been a devastating blow and it makes sense for Spurs to sell him and reinvest the money into the playing squad.

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