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‘No discussion… or talk’ Romano drops an interesting observation he feels Conte is responsible for

By Eddie Razo -

A fallout from hiring Antonio Conte as manager and finishing in the top four this past season is that the Harry Kane exit rumours have gone cold the last few months. Furthermore, it seems as though Tottenham Hotspur wants to use this positive momentum to secure a long-term deal.

Kane’s current contract expires in 2024, but transfer window specialist Fabrizio Romano reports that there are no discussions, negotiations, or talk regarding a possible transfer of Kane. 

Tottenham always considered the 28-year-old “untouchable,” and they want to discuss a new deal soon with the England international. Spurs hope their current summer transfer window shows Kane that they’re committed to winning trophies and playing consistently in the UEFA Champions League. 

Romano doesn’t add what type of deal they’re ready to offer Kane to see him extend, but there’s no doubt that Tottenham wants the striker for the remainder of his prime years and possibly his entire football career. 

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CowSpurs
CowSpurs
6 months ago

I feel a tinge of sadness for Kane. The 6 year deal he signed was perfect, if Covid hadn’t shown its ugly mug. Without it, teams would have had the finances to pay £175m for him. He will now run his contract down or be sold for a pittance in his final year. We, nor Kane have a single pot/pan to show for all the years, but I, nor he will be consoled by some great moments. Each moment will be inked with regret of what might have been. Injuries at the wrong time robbing him of a pop at a Ch Lg final. He might have started but he was no way near fit enough. Even Poch playing Son as a full back! The pain is still there.

Kane, like Teddy and Bale deserved trophies. Even Shearer and Lineker got one in England. A League cup wont ease the pain either!

Paranoid Android
Paranoid Android
6 months ago
Reply to  THFC

Agreed. I hope he’s learned from his mistakes and becomes more aggressive the further we progress in the WC. You don’t win anything by being timid and fearful

THFC
THFC
6 months ago

Fair point, but look at that squad he’s got and major semi-finals should be the minimum requirement IMO.

If he was in charge of petro-Citeh I’d suggest he’d probably still struggle to win the league, but that’ll never happen as he has never been good enough to manage a top club team. Hope I’m proved wrong, Boxing day trophy parade would be alright by me.

Paranoid Android
Paranoid Android
6 months ago
Reply to  THFC

Not denying any of that but I stand by my previous comments as that was what I was replying to.

Would we also say that we got to the CL final despite Poch as that seems to be what Billy was saying if you take that argument further on. Any manager that gets any team to a final got them there on their merits.

THFC
THFC
6 months ago

Our squad was better than Italy’s, we sat back after scoring and paid the price in that final. Then he brings on subs for the penalties and they both miss, tough to blame anyone but the manager there. Of course the players shoulder a load of the blame but the manager set them up like that and got the big call wrong at the vital moment (players straight off the bench into a penalty shootout).

Paranoid Android
Paranoid Android
6 months ago
Reply to  Billy the Kid

So a World Cup Semi Final and a Euro Final were in spite of Southgate??? That’s complete tosh and deserving of a good old fashioned head wobble.

Billy the Kid
Billy the Kid
6 months ago

Better get to sacking the Waistcoated Wonder if you want England to have a chance. Easily enough talent to win it, but a real uphill climb with a Numpty Gaz at the wheel. Any ‘Boro fan can tell you, he doesn’t know what he’s doing. England’s marginal success has been in spite of Garry Waistcoat, not because of him.

Billy the Kid
Billy the Kid
6 months ago
Reply to  eddie

If I were Kane, I wouldn’t sign any extension. Who knows if we’ll be competitive, in the CL, and have a top class manager when his contract is up…it was only months ago we had the morose bearded one at the helm and were getting turned over in a league currently populated by the likes of Motherwell and Derry City, along with random clubs full of albanian farmers and romanian lorry drivers.

Billy the Kid
Billy the Kid
6 months ago
Reply to  judge

Why are Spurs so associated with negativity ?”

Because we’re owned by a tax dodging billionaire and his malevolent little henchman, who view attaining success on the pitch as the fourth priority after stuffing their own pockets, inflating the value of the “asset”, and milking the punters via their shopping complex real estate venture.

judge
judge
6 months ago

Why are Spurs so associated with negativity ?
If ever Harry leaves , it would be because Spurs still have not achieved what we all think they should . A wonderful player who is ‘legend’ even now , he deserves his day in the sun .
However this can be achieved by Spurs , apparently we are currently 4th best in the country , very possibly in the dozen or so in Europe and definitely top 20 in the World .
We have recently witnessed an onslaught in the transfer market , we believe the equal or better than any other club out there , with maybe one or two Marquees still to arrive .
In all honesty , is that outlay just to achieve 3rd spot ?? No chance .
I firmly believe that Tottenham are leading the charge to break the Liverpool / Man City / Chelsea monopoly – each of the 3 must be top 10 in the world , surely ?
Sounds like England today , tomorrow the world , a kind of lunacy ?
But I’m sure this is not some kind of charm -offensive to keep the fans quiet , if we can beat any of the three this year it will be outstanding , and that is a definite possibility !!! C O Y S

eddie
eddie
6 months ago

I’m of the opinion that Harry should not commit to a new contract,with two years left on the current one and he knows he couldn’t trust Levy.It will be interesting if he dumps his brother as his agent,he didn’t do him any favours.

Conte only has a year left and history tells us he probably won’t stay,so he will be in the driving seat come next summer.

That leaes the question of where Kane could go.It’s possible Ten Hag could have turned round Utd’s fortunes in which case he could go there and still win silverware.

Much as I hope Conte wins us a cup this season,I don’t see that as enough to keep Harry at Spurs and we ain’t winning the league in the short term..He deserves more.

CzechSpur
CzechSpur
6 months ago
Reply to  kwakspur

Trouble is, Conte has previous for blowing up. I think the longest he’s ever stayed anywhere was three seasons at Juve, and he won the league every year there.

Even though I’m fairly optimistic, I don’t see him being here much longer. A year or two maybe and that’s it.

As James writes below, I think next summer will be the decisive moment – if we get close to the title and maybe win a cup next season, keeping Antonio happy and the squad churn going, he will stay. If we end up offsetting our transfer expenditure by selling Son or some sh-t like that, reverting to type, it will be over.

kwakspur
kwakspur
6 months ago

But where could Harry really go?
Does he really want to leave the country to play in Europe?

The Top 2 have their main man for the next 5+ years.
Not even a drugged up drunk Harry would consider Scum or Man.who as an option.

So his options are limited in a year.
He’ll sign a new deal [maybe get an 60-80m release clause put in there] & hope Conte continues to do his stuff.

Dexter
Dexter
6 months ago

Yep. This year we need to seriously challenge for the league title, or he’s on his bike. And rightly so. One of the greatest players in the game can’t end his career without a major trophy.

James McKevitt.
James McKevitt.
6 months ago

Harry will have one year left on his contract at the end of the season. He will have the whip hand in negotiations.

I don’t think winning a League Cup or finishing third in the Premier League will change the mind of a player who wanted to leave last season to go to Manchester City.

The only situation I see where he stays is if Spurs win the Premier League, Champions League or Harry captains England to a World Cup final win.

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