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Report: Manchester City to revisit its interest in Harry Kane during the January window
By Eddie Razo -

The Harry Kane to Manchester City rumors never went away as the 28-year-old failed to secure a move to the Premier League rival this summer. 

Kane hasn’t looked like his usual self this season, and there are often visuals of him frustrated, leading some to speculate whether he’s happy at Spurs. With the January window a few weeks away from opening, ESPN reports that the Kane to Manchester City rumors could be heating up once again.

Manchester City needs a striker, and it seems as though they’re ready to push the limits to get Kane in January. The report states that new manager Antonio Conte has been given reassurance that the England captain will remain. Still, ESPN also notes that a significant offer could sway chairman Daniel Levy. 

Kane is impressed with the hire of Conte, but perhaps the 28-year-old could again push for a move to the Premier League rival should Tottenham see themselves in the middle of the table. 

Manchester City doesn’t want to meet to asking price of £150 million, so it will be interesting to see how much they’re willing to pay for Kane. 

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Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
2 months ago

If the offer is right move him on. Get 2 good strikers in with the funds. He obviously wants to win trophies now. The rebuild at Spurs is going to take a while and the way he’s playing at the moment trophies look unlikely with us.

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
2 months ago

If we could get a decent replacement or two, let him go . I really do not see the point of hanging onto him…ketchup, salad cream and associated condiments are the least of our issues , though if any come in a decent size bottle they will almost certainly be better than Davies.
Sadly 6 points behind LFC in 4th who have a 27 goal difference over us , AFC have a 20 goal difference over us, shows thing need to change drastically.
Unsure about relying on players who have completed their entire contract in one league being parachuted into the EPL and Spurs on a free, will take a while to bed in.
Sadly the season bar the Conference and the Carabo is over..that said Ibwould be delighted with a UEFA Cup Spot . I think we could achieve that with or without Kane with a couple of decent replacements.

judge
judge
2 months ago

Harry is the proven goalscorer , he is as good a player as Spurs have ever had — EVER . You surely dont believe he’s not trying for us , for him . That would be ridiculous , could he not do the same at City if it wasn’t working . He deserves more than he’s getting trophy wise but that’s true for dozens more in The Prem .
Support Harry , he will come through . Supprt Tottenham , with your heart and minds . Seriously , who do you think is in prime position for success right now , us or the arse ?
Spurs have so much scope , and letting go of Harry would be insane .

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
2 months ago
Reply to  judge

Tottenham have become about one man..Daniel Levy …recruiting poor players ..not recruiting ..losing Poch ..the NFL stadium ..Poch , Jose , Nuno , Conte….from 4th to Ninth , as it stands , in 3 seasons.
Why should Kane stay….which world class players stay at a club like Tottenham ..winning nothing…cannot see it working out…and the dependency on him shapes every aspect of our game. Last season Kane won the Golden Boot for goals and whatever trophy you get for assists…we finished seventh.
Let him go rebuild…or will we work him into the ground to satisfy Levy…it has gone beyond Kane being the answer ..and what if he gets injured..what then.
No plan no strategy. The table doesn’t lie ..AFC sit 4 points above us with a GD of 20 between us and them….
Move idiot Levy out of the club and I might start believing again.
15 coaches 1 trophy ..fact.

Bertoliver
Bertoliver
2 months ago

I’m not sure about a January bid they previously claimed they would have to move players on to fund the bid for him last summer so I don’t see what’s changed.
Clearly last night demonstrated that he’s lost none of his ability so come next summer I suspect they might return. Clearly his enthusiasm for a move will depend on how much Levy has backed Conte

Last edited 2 months ago by Bertoliver
Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
2 months ago
Reply to  Bertoliver

I think under FFP City can spend £85m in Jan, so perhaps they could throw in a player or two.

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
2 months ago

I’m afraid that would mean a broken Laporte ..if he would even consider it.

São Paulo Spurs
São Paulo Spurs
2 months ago

Yawn 🥱

East Stand
East Stand
2 months ago

If they’re ready ‘to push to the limits’ it will have to be enough to get Levy to budge and difficult to see them going there. Also with the form they’re in, they aren’t desperate. Summer possibly but you can forget January…

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