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Romano provides Kane transfer update that should please Tottenham
By Bruce Grove -

Fabrizio Romano has provided an update on the future of Harry Kane as he continues to be linked with a transfer to Manchester City.

The Citizens are one of the few clubs who can attempt to sign him this summer and they are looking to revamp their squad.

They want to go further than just reaching the final of the Champions League like they did last season, they want to win it.

But they have lost Sergio Aguero and would love to replace him with Kane. However, the England captain isn’t the only big-name player that they want to sign this summer.

They are also targeting Jack Grealish and in what could be a boost to Tottenham, Romano says they will struggle to sign both players.

The transfer guru reveals that City wants both stars this summer, but they might be forced to sign just one.

This will be a boost to Tottenham because Kane will certainly be more expensive to purchase than Grealish and City could go for the Aston Villa man instead.

Speaking on the Que Golazo Podcast, Romano said: “What I can say is that Manchester City have a real strong interest in Jack Grealish, so they want Jack Grealish, but from what I hear around Man City it would be very difficult to sign this summer both Grealish and Harry Kane, so they need to make a decision again after the Euros after Tottenham refused their first bid of £100m, or if they want to try for Jack Grealish with an official bid. 

“They have a strong, strong interest in Grealish, but at this point it’s not agreed or advanced, but City want Grealish and they are preparing something. They will decide between Grealish and Kane and they are two serious targets,”

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[…] Romano said: “What I can say is that Manchester City have a real strong interest in Jack Grealish, so they want Jack Grealish, but from what I hear around Man City it would be very difficult to sign this summer both Grealish and Harry Kane, so they need to make a decision again after the Euros after Tottenham refused their first bid of £100m, or if they want to try for Jack Grealish with an official bid. […]

Nicolas Georgiou
Nicolas Georgiou
3 months ago

Is this the Romano who said we will have a manager in place before the euros.. Click bait merchant

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
3 months ago

Does ultra cautious GS know what he is doing as the Germans must be relieved that GREALISH, FODEN AND MOUNT are only on the bench?? What’s his rationale as 1 or all 3 would be in my line up.
Wakey Wakey!!

Last edited 3 months ago by David Dillenberg
SpurSi
SpurSi
3 months ago

If Villa really are trying for Smith-Rowe then it’s probably because they expect Grealish to leave.

James McKevitt.
James McKevitt.
3 months ago

City are struggling to find the money to sign Grealish and Kane. Look down the back of the sofa.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
3 months ago

Levy can lend it to them from down the back of his sofa! Goodness knows what interest rates he charges mind…

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
3 months ago

His price will go up tomorrow…..

Word is Southgate is playing 5 defenders and 2 defensive holders.

Operation mogadon is go.

Spurs est_1882
Spurs est_1882
3 months ago

Doesnt make me feel better – I think at this point (though I love Kane) the money we would get for him would be more valuable. Having a team worth £600m on paper, and £150m of that on one player is why we struggle. Plus i doubt he will be highly motivated to run himself into the dirt in a WC year

Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
3 months ago
Reply to  Spurs est_1882

I used to love Kane but I am not so sure anymore. I am completely bored by the morally vacuous gesture politics of taking the knee and now wearing the rainbow armband. It all smells of Gareth Waistcoat. Don’t they realise that Derek Chauvin who killed George Floyd has been sent to prison for twenty years and that BLM is a criminal organisation? I wonder how the rainbow armband will go down in Qatar? Where does it all end? Sport and politics don’t mix. If these overpaid numpties want to demonstrate their libertarian values, why not protest against some egregious regimes? How about demonstrating against the Chinese over the detention of Uighur Muslims, the detention of pro democracy protesters in Hong Kong and the invasion of Tibet? how about the imprisonment of Turkish journalists by Erdogan’s regime? Then of course there is the Burmese’s government’s ethnic cleansing of the Rohingyas and there continuing persecution of the Karen tribes people, let down so badly by the British at the end of WW 2. The list is endless but these gestures by £200,000 woke babies are utterly worthless.

denzil
denzil
3 months ago
Reply to  Spurs est_1882

do you really think Levy would spend the Kane money on players then your living in dream land get real

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