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Source: Levy Cold As Ice Towards News Kane Has Agreed To Personal Terms With City
By Harry Hotspur -

A source close to the club understands that the Harry Kane situation has now officially drifted into a complete stand-off and that after attempts to construct a dialogue with the club with his agent, brother Charlie Kane has failed, Harry Kane himself is now seeking to get the message through to Tottenham’s board, he no longer wishes to waste his time as a professional footballer at a club that cannot position him well enough in order to win meaningful medals.

The understanding is that Charlie has done noting particularly amiss as an agent, rather THFC has not been vaguely amenable to discussions. Given that, after the severe downward spiral that the club has embarked upon, beginning talks for the sale of Harry Kane would effectively slam the last cherry on the guano cake. An admission is you will, that CEO Daniel Levy has, thus far, watched Spurs’ dreams fall off a cliff.

In the interim, there has been increasing frustration with both Manchester City and the Jane camp with the intransigence at Tottenham, who now look to be determined to make Kane’s desired exit a totally different scenario to that of Michael Carrick, Dimitar Berbatov, Luka Modrić and Gareth Bale, despite Harry having some time since agreed personal terms with the Champions.

Berbatov was sold to a Premier League rival, and so it is risible to cite the destination as problematic.

Can Kane be convinced to knuckle down? This is now very much a one one one fight. I take a view that only a very brave man would underestimate a player that forged his own success, single-handedly.

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coys1882
coys1882
1 month ago

I am sure Levy sees ‘the writing on the wall’ regarding Harry’s open desire to leave. Technically he could ‘force him to stay’, but then you have a disaffected if not outright mutinous player on your hands. From an investment perspective Kane is never going to be worth more than he is now and Levy as a business man surely knows that. Hence I fully expect Kane to be sold and the proceeds to be used to fund the team regeneration/rebuild.

The charade that is unfolding is a damage limitation exercise. Levy is trying to deflect blame from himself and ENIC for the Kane debacle and their chronic under-investment in the team. The ‘Kane mutiny’, in reality I suspect engineered by Levy, gives him the perfect cover to ‘black PR’ Kane and at the same time take credit for the impending big money incoming signings. In my opinion Kane and his idiot brother are being ‘schooled’ in the dark arts of PR by a master manipulator in Levy.

Kane has now been portrayed as selfish and/or disloyal by most of the UK media, whilst Levy is being portrayed as ‘the victim’ being ‘backed into a corner’ by ‘player power’ and a ‘money bags’, oil kingdom funded, team. Levy wins the PR battle, brings in Martinez, Damsgard, Silva, Milenkovic, Tomiyasu, etc and comes out looking like a hero to the majority of a gullible fan base. Kane ends up looking rather selfish and leaving ‘under a cloud’. A Levy PR master class in self-preservation!

Paul
Paul
1 month ago

Wow. Kane single handded forged his own success. I have read it all. So Kane got to where he is inspite of Spurs getting in the way. Mmmm.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
1 month ago

There’s no reason on earth he can’t go. Drama, paper sales and dog dirt.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
1 month ago

Spurs are insistent he’s not for sale.. Pep has said if we aren’t willing to negotiate then it’s game over… Levys not going to hand him over for less than he’s worth.. I wouldn’t sell him to a prem rival full stop.. If he wants his prem record then he stays with us. If he wants to go then sell him abroad.. In the best interests of us.

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 month ago

Levy’s ‘us’ isn’t the same as ours, unfortunately. Hence this unseemly mess

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
1 month ago
Reply to  Baleficent

He has done so much wrong.. The timing of Maureens sacking last infuriated me… But this window he’s doing what we need.. Hitchen had to be demoted. About time though. And we are actually signing decent players.. Stepping forward in the right direction… And I may be a fool here, but I thnk he’s handling Kane right. Standing his ground.. He hasn’t caved in to the super rich Arabs…

Baleficent
Baleficent
1 month ago

Respectfully don’t agree. The Kane situation has been directly caused by his negligence of the football operation. He’s signed one player to improve the first team and we are miles behind top 4. He s*** himself when we could have pushed on with a few good signings a few years back. He’s a property developer and has put us in record debt.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
1 month ago
Reply to  Baleficent

He’s spent some money last few years, it’s been the scouting what has messed us up. A couple of decent signings like Reggy, Pierre and Roden, but far too much wasted on litter… Club record signings like Sanchez and Ndombele and loads more like Lo celso just haven’t been good enough… Levy to blame for this though not part of the scouting team, he should have demoted Hitchen years ago.

Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
1 month ago

To whom, pray tell. Barca , Real and Juventus have no money which is why they are pushing for the ESL. Bayern have Lewandowski. Chelsea are buying Lukaku. That somewhat narrows the field. He’s not worth what Levy is asking and City know that.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
1 month ago
Reply to  Marbella Spur

I think he is worth 150-160.. He gets more goals and assists than anyone. England captain with loads of experience… If City land him then they win the league 4 out of the next 5 years… All the merch that he will sell too in that time.. He’s probably worth even more..

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
1 month ago

If Kane plays for City for the next 6 years then 150 million is cheap… 25 million a year for him..

eddie
eddie
1 month ago

The people claiming Kane not winning any of the finals he has appeared in are being disingenuous.On each occasion nobody in the team has turned up so it’s not like Kane has missed a boat load of chances.If the others don’t provide him with any service what is he supposed to do.

Granted he has been unfit to take part on occasion,but the manager should never have just accepted his word that he was ready to play each time.

Sadly it looks like he is on his way and not in the manner he would have chosen,thanks in no small way to his brother’s handling of his affairs.It could be a rather undignified exit.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
1 month ago
Reply to  eddie

Big match players turn up when their team doesn’t..Drogba is a prime example of this… Kane has bottled or not turned up in every finals he’s been in for club and country.. Zero goals in four finals is cold hard facts.

legoverlass
legoverlass
1 month ago

Once more to the dance dear friends once more. Kane is gone. Levy is already using the incoming to fund new young uns. Rinse, repeat, and another new project arrives like the birth of an Uruk-Hai. Jam tomorrow, jam tomorrow, hurry to get your new jam tomorrow. The same ingredients but the cost keeps going up.

SpursGoliath
SpursGoliath
1 month ago
Reply to  legoverlass

mmmm, man flesh

Kwakspur
Kwakspur
1 month ago

Tottenham ‘agree’ deal to sign Inter striker Lautaro Martinez Hmm!!

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
1 month ago
Reply to  Kwakspur

Show me the money. 😜👍

SimonSpur
SimonSpur
1 month ago
Reply to  Kwakspur

Most of the press are reporting it as agreed, £60M. Surely Kane is off, then. There is no way Levy would be splashing that money on a striker if Kane was staying. Spursweb are naively saying that Martinez will play alongside Kane ha ha.

SpursGoliath
SpursGoliath
1 month ago
Reply to  SimonSpur

Allegedly it was all on until Lukaku went to chavs now it is dependent on them sighing another forward of the quality they desire

Bertoliver
Bertoliver
1 month ago

I would suggest that the fact that the club have rather belatedly entered the transfer market suggests that Harry is on his way out. If there was no Harry leaving issue I suspect Daniel would be telling all and sundry that spending in a pandemic is madness or doing a Leeds.
Fortunately most people in the football world and increasingly I hope our fanbase are beginning to realise that Levy is a footballing f.ckwit hence the fact we had fifteen managers and one trophy in his reign.
Without Harry we are in real peril I believe unless the money is spent wisely. He contributed to over half our goals last season and if you deduct his efforts plus those of Bale who has gone back to RM we would have been pretty much relegation material last season.
If the season turns out to be toxic as I fear it might I hope the fans ire is directed at the real source of the problem, our beloved chairman.

Scottish Yiddo
Scottish Yiddo
1 month ago

screw levy the pr!ck kane deserves medals let him go n enjoy the rest of his career he’s a legend if levy had backed poch when he asked n instead of stadium built the squad kane would be happy winning things n still of got the stadium in time after all the success levy n enic r the problem have been since day 1 they walked in laughing all the way to the bank

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
1 month ago
Reply to  Scottish Yiddo

Agree.

Last edited 1 month ago by James McKevitt
Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
1 month ago
Reply to  Scottish Yiddo

Absolutely right. If we had followed the Liverpool model by achieving football success first, before contemplating either a new stadium or extending it, we might have achieved something. Let’s not forget that we had £350 mill on our balance sheet prior to starting the new stadium which was earned by mainly footballing success but then of course, we are not a football club but a property development company.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
1 month ago
Reply to  Marbella Spur

Liverpool were getting alot more revenue than us. They could afford club record and league record and world record signings.. We could have afforded a couple with that 340 mil kitty, but also alot of that was thrown into renewing contracts like Kanes with considerable rises in wages. The new stadium will be pulling in huge numbers financialy, it is a game changer and I see why he did it. It’s typical covid struck.

kevin hays
kevin hays
1 month ago
Reply to  Marbella Spur

Wonder if Halifax Building Society are going to be our stadium sponsors?

Joseph
Joseph
1 month ago
Reply to  Scottish Yiddo

My brother I love to see Kane play for Spurs but I don’t think it is necessary holding him in the team when he is not willing to play anymore for the team.

If he wants to let him be
He has already played 3 finals and had failed to win any.
So probably he was not destined to put on a silverware. But if he thinks he can by trying another club then let him be..

Limerick AL
Limerick AL
1 month ago

Well Done Harry Kane. Now let’s get this over and done with. The Guy is wasting his Career at ENIC FC.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
1 month ago

When this is all history Harry to me will be still one of Spurs greatest players. Levy will be long forgotten.

Anyone know who the owners of Tottenham were when they did the League and Cup Double and won the European Cup Winners Cup. (Without having to Google it).

Not many I guess but plenty could name the players sixty years later. Danny Blanchflower, Dave Mackay, Cliff Jones, Jimmy Greaves, John White, Bobby Smith, Maurice Norman, Terry Dyson, Bill Brown.

SpursGoliath
SpursGoliath
1 month ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Exactly, Harry is always a Spurs great whatever happens – sure he’ll return to the club in some capacity in the future.

England Mike
England Mike
1 month ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Blanchflower and Mackay were leaders, they wouldn’t tolerate the mamby pamby players of today like Ndombele, that kind of leadership does not exist these days

Suffolk Spur
Suffolk Spur
1 month ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Though you only named 9 (and Jimmy wasn’t even here for the Double).

Aus-spur
Aus-spur
1 month ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Was it Sydney Wale? And you missed out Les Allen, Peter Baker and Redbourn’s own Ron Henry.

coys1882
coys1882
1 month ago

In the back of my mind I still have the suspicion that Levy is ‘sandbagging’ this Kane to City cycle! It is entirely possible and I thought so at the time, that there was some truth in the Sun gossip column piece about Levy having phoned Kane to let him know Spurs had agreed to sell him to City. Loose tongues then wagged at his brother’s wedding ‘do’ and Spurs were forced into a vehement denial.

This entire charade could still be being stage-managed by Levy, when the basis of a deal is already in place with City’s owners, with whom Lewis and Levy are reported to be on good terms. Even though investing in top young players is the right thing to do, when have ENIC ever done the right thing? They have never put one penny of their own money into THFC and yet suddenly they are spending like Abramovic.

It is just possible the ENIC leopard has changed its spots, but I wouldn’t bank on it! I have a hunch Levy has already decided to sell Kane and knows the ball park figure he is going to get for him from City. He is just intent on completing every incoming player acquisition without the selling club believing there is an impending financial windfall from the sale of Kane. Plus extracting every last possible penny out of City.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
1 month ago
Reply to  coys1882

If Levy values Harry so highly just tell Harry he has three years left on his contract and he is going nowhere. End of situation. I’m waiting but I haven’t heard Levy say that publicly.

Marty
Marty
1 month ago

Grow up, James. There is no “source”.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
1 month ago

My simple take on it is that Harry has fired Levy.

Keith Browning
Keith Browning
1 month ago

If you sell a player to Man City they get stronger and we get weaker. How does that improve Spurs chances of winning anything. Therefore, Kane is deliberately sabotaging his present club for totally selfish reasons. I think that would be called treason in any area of life.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
1 month ago
Reply to  Keith Browning

If Levy does sell what do you call him.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago
Reply to  Keith Browning

You are being extremely selfish imo and not talking into account how Kane (along with the rest of us that aren’t gullible) have been lied to down the years as our club implodes through the gross negligence of the board. He’s only got one short career in which to be a success and win trophies and the lad has been very loyal through thick and thin, he could have moved to a big club years ago, earn’t more money and won trophies, but he chose to trust the enic lies instead. Why should he put up with any more?
I’ve got news for you, even with Kane onboard we’re light years off the top 4. Levy has weakened the club to such an extent it will take multiple seasons for us even to begin to catch up, personally I can’t see us ever getting back into the CL. The situation is never helped by Levy’s unwillingness to sell the deadwood at a fair price, always asking insanely high prices for them. As for Paratici coming to our rescue, well once again the little control freak holds the purse strings.

Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
1 month ago

You are absolutely right when you say how far way we are from being a top four club. Top clubs always strengthen and freshen up their squads in every summer transfer window. Players get stale and can lose form or get bad injuries. Levy chose to go two transfer windows without buying any players, an unheard of event in modern football for a so called “top club”. He even lied to the supporters when he said that the new stadium project would not impact on our transfer kitty. It will take years before we even challenge for a top four place unless we strengthen with substantial reinforcements and that is not going to happen. To think that Paratici is going to change Enic’s strategy is naive.It will always be Levy that writes the cheques. Until he goes, we stand no chance of football glory.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
1 month ago
Reply to  Marbella Spur

Sanchez 40 mil.. Ndombele 54 mil.. Sissoko 32 mil… Lo celso 28 mil… Bergwijn 27 mil……. Theres five players right there 181 million… Levy has been writing the cheques alright, but on players not good enough…. Paratici is definitely an upgrade on Hitchen I can tell already with our signings and targets.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
1 month ago
Reply to  Keith Browning

Exactly.. Steven Gerrards last ever post match interview against the Chavs he was questioned about the time he nearly left fo them.. He said he was so glad he didn’t because lifting a trophy with his own club and fans meant 100 times more than doing it elsewhere. He was one of their own. Loyal to the end. Matt le Tissier, Shearer, truely loved… My perception of Kane has totally changed… According to some fans I’m supposed to be happy for him and wish him all the best…. Errrrrr no chance, he’s going to the enemy to destroy us!

Robt
Robt
1 month ago

Let me see if I’ve got this right….
Manchester City (supposedly) have reached an agreement with a player who is not being shopped around by his club and who has three years remaining on his contract.
Regardless of the sympathy I have for Kane, Tottenham can and should sue the living s*** out of City for blatantly tapping up one of their contracted players

SpursGoliath
SpursGoliath
1 month ago
Reply to  Robt

We could, but in the short term it would absolutely destroy us.

We need deals done, we need funds, not a court battle.

Fred
Fred
1 month ago
Reply to  SpursGoliath

When Chelsea did it to us with arneson it led to a couple more digits on the ‘compensation’. If we are in a position financially where we can afford to not be bullied (which we probably are regardless of the level of long term debt), then it will mean city having to put an even bigger number in front of levy.

Deals can be done without needing the funds immediately – we’ve seen that before with lo Celso and now Romeo.

SpursGoliath
SpursGoliath
1 month ago
Reply to  Fred

I see it’s potential use as maybe a bargaining chip if talks have gone very sour but if it any way hinders our ability to do deals this window then I’d be against it.

Fred
Fred
1 month ago
Reply to  SpursGoliath

If it was just levy and hitchin then I’d agree.

Looks to me though, that Paratici knows what he’s doing – regardless of our emotional view, Juve are a whole level more than us, so he’s had 11 years doing exactly what he needs for a club that expect to finish first every year.

He’s clever, resourceful and determined, so I have significantly greater confidence that we’ll be in a better position when the window shuts regardless of what happens to the last who used to be one of our own, than I would have last year.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago
Reply to  Fred

All well and good but it’s Levy who signs off any Paratici deals, just the same as all our previous DOF’s who have tried and failed as well.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
1 month ago

We have actually been spending since the stadium build.. Problem was a lot of money wasted on the wrong players.. Poor scouting in my opinion.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
1 month ago
Reply to  SpursGoliath

A court battle which earns you alot of funds for compensation….. City are already under the spotlight for their financial fair play.. They can’t afford to be tapping up players too..

Spurs47
Spurs47
1 month ago
Reply to  Robt

Agree. City been shabby here and probably not for the last time either. As SpursGoliath says elsewhere Pep acting as a disingenuous mouthpiece for the petrogarchs (madey up word sorry for that). Ask yourself how many clubs buy players for over £100m? not many as was claimed.

Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
1 month ago

Although it will disappoint me to see Kane leave the club, I feel it best for both parties. Kane is 28 yrs old with dodgy ankles and although never quick, has moderately slowed up. It is merely about achieving the optimum price but let us not underestimate Levy’s greed and stupidity. If he forces Kane to stay another season, what will he be worth in another year’s time? City might call his bluff and refuse to pay more than £100 mill and what will Levy do then? Pep was being disingenuous when he stated that many clubs are interested in buying Kane. I don’t see this at all. Chelsea are going to buy Lukaku and there are no foreign clubs who can afford him apart from PSG who are probably going to give Messi a contract and have Neymar and Mbappe anyway. That only leaves Utd as a potential buyer if they sell Pogba which is unlikely.
Let’s not forget that Levy has bodged up many transfers deals in the past, generally for nominal sums of money. I find it hilarious that City buying Grealish for £100 mill has made Levy more determined to get at least £150 mill for Kane. If I was Levy, I might find the time for some inward introspection and consider that if I hadn’t tried to be too clever and had paid the market price for Grealish, it could have been me, licking my greedy little lips as I trousered City’s £100 mill. I would have probably paid myself a bonus as I did over the delivery of the new stadium.
There are so many club owners out there who would like to shaft Levy, he might get hoist on his own petard, and as long as it is incredibly painful for him, I won’t be shedding any tears.

judge
judge
1 month ago
Reply to  Marbella Spur

totally agree – and if he is sold will team reap the benefit ? unless the fee is spent solely on players [ new , fresh , exciting ] then whats the point of transfer windows ? Spurs are currently top 10 or 20 in the world with facilities to match – it is our time if ever we want to assume “greatness”. This is achievable !!!
This now will not be achieved without selling Harry , arguably the most ‘effective ‘ player to wear a Spurs shirt .
We have reached impasse , say Goodbye to Harry , we loved you but you cannot trust us to win the one title you crave , and that would be a thousand times greater than the two or three you feel is waiting for you at City . Believe me Harry , greatness and legendary status is here with you now , sacrifice your ego , choose your path wisely , stay and fight or let us rebuild once more and leave immediately ………….

Mike J
Mike J
1 month ago

Can Kane be convinced to knuckle down? It would be good if that happens… but it feels like it has gone too far now… and I think it would be a win-win if he got a move and Spurs got £120mil (plus add-ons). The rebuild has started and he is part of the ‘old crew’. Give some other academy players their chances to reach the heights this one did. Let’s get it over the finishing line before too much bitterness sets in. If Kane has to go to a ‘top Premiership side’ (he wants to go into the record books for goals and win English trophies) then Citeh is the best example. It would be disastrous for him to go somewhere like the Arse or Chelski.

Last edited 1 month ago by Mike J
Fred
Fred
1 month ago
Reply to  Mike J

If he ends up staying, I’m pretty sure he’ll not do an Erikson, it’s a world cup year after all. If he doesn’t move, does he really want to jeopardize his place in an England squad that has realistic expectations of achieving things?

And regardless of what city want, if they don’t give levy an offer he’ll consider, it’s no dice. Levy will bank on the above if he forces Kane to stay.

DJB
DJB
1 month ago

Kane to City will happen after the City game. The club will blame Kane. In the meantime, the club will continue to spread the money on prospective transfers with a zero net spend outcome. The result will be that the club will drive the narrative of building a team for future glory while having no real prospect of being competitive now. In the meantime the club will continue to set prices for merchandise and tickets as if it were the team they are selling their most valuable assets to.

Mike J
Mike J
1 month ago
Reply to  Harry Hotspur

Is 4 a record for a post’s comments binned?

Last edited 1 month ago by Mike J
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
1 month ago
Reply to  Mike J

I would guess more like 30 or 40.. Lol.. There were alot of muppets a few years back.

Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
1 month ago
Reply to  Harry Hotspur

Some infiltrator is back with the down ticking!

JimmyGrievance
JimmyGrievance
1 month ago

I have friends who support other clubs. None seem to get or have the same anxieties around their club come transfer windows. Being a Spurs fan isn’t for the feint hearted.

SpursGoliath
SpursGoliath
1 month ago

Kane has to be worth more than Grealish so City need to offer closer to £130 million. Signing Grealish has kind of shown their hand.

Interesting we are looking at initial loans to get deals over the line knowing we’ll have the Kane money went it comes time to make them permanent – gives us the wriggle room to keep spending before the Kane deal is rubber stamped.

Dancing barber
Dancing barber
1 month ago

We are apparently rebuilding having not done due maintenance in prior years. Kane is part of the old building having never turned up when the party lights have gone on, Champions League, League Cup, Euros final .
Put him in the skip.

Tom
Tom
1 month ago
Reply to  Dancing barber

It’s all fine and well pointing out Kane’s “failures” in big moments for Spurs but he has consistently been thrown into those finals with no match fitness. It’s the club’s over reliance on his goals, and failure to have an appropriate plan B, that are to blame. Similarly, which other england striker has been knocking on the door? Very naive take imho.

dancingbarber
dancingbarber
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom

We have all realized Kane’s insistence he is fit to play when it’s obvious he is not. My point is and you seem to agree that he has unbalanced the team. I don’t doubt his talent, but we need to move on.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom

A strikers job is to score at the end of the day…. Tintin was the same mould. He was brilliant until it was a final or squeaky bum time.. Then on final day he melts every time you can count on it….. The Euro final first ten or 15 I thought yes Kanes getting on the ball and playing, then he predictably melted.. Both centre backs had him in their pocket. 34 and 37 years old and Kane was bullied. Watch it again. He bottled the fight.

SpursGoliath
SpursGoliath
1 month ago
Reply to  Dancing barber

Building two teams around Kane we NEARLY won things a few times.

Not building a third team around him expecting that extra 10% out of the team is liberating in a way. I think we’d seen the ‘best Kane’ possible in a spurs shirt already.

Delmooreio
Delmooreio
1 month ago

Though Kane may privately have agreed terms with City, as we all know this goes on behind scenes, does this not go against FA rules? Could Levy now go to the FA and ask them to be charged for making deals with a player without his consent? This is going to be the messiest deal of the lot!

Dino
Dino
1 month ago
Reply to  Delmooreio

Maybe, but I suspect Levy is waiting for Kane to hand in an official transfer request. Levy is a proud man, who will want the media to feel as though this is all on Kane. Its difficult to believe we showed no interest in Danny Ings…25 mill is a bargain .. when we sell Kane the value of any players we’re interested in will rise substantially, surely Levy must know this….

SpursGoliath
SpursGoliath
1 month ago
Reply to  Dino

It’s a part of the reason we’re dragging this out and signing £50 million players on initial loan deals. Trying to get as much business done before everyone knows just how bulging out pockets are…

Dino
Dino
1 month ago
Reply to  SpursGoliath

The problem with loan deals in this case is if the players dont scale the heights they were brought under we’ll not pay the final fee & we’ll be back to having a stale sqaud…. or maybe this is where Paratici comes into his own…🤔. Lets hope his master plan isnt Baldrickesque 🤤😂😋

SpursGoliath
SpursGoliath
1 month ago
Reply to  Dino

Can’t imagine this latest signing won’t be good enough for us to make the deal permanent in January as proposed :/

How bad could be be in three months? It’s a done deal like the Reggie deal.

Its just Levy being clever as you don’t want a DoF sitting their twiddling his thumbs until the Kane money comes in. I’m sure they’re trying to get more similar deals if possible in case Kane only leaves on deadline day (highly likely). Hold him back as long as possible to bloody City’s nose – funny if nothing else, certainly don’t want him playing us on the opening fixture.

Dino
Dino
1 month ago
Reply to  SpursGoliath

Maybe, I think either way Kane wont start next week or even be deemed fit enough to start… one things for sure if this transfer falls thru & Kane gets injured he’ll not be rushing back like he has done for the last 5 seasons.. you’ll be surprised of the inpact on a players form or value lining up next to Dier or Sanchez for 3 months 🤔😉

Last edited 1 month ago by Dino
Keith Browning
Keith Browning
1 month ago
Reply to  Dino

Wait for Dier to be named as team captain.

Dino
Dino
1 month ago
Reply to  Keith Browning

Alli or Winks for captain surely…😉

Dexter
Dexter
1 month ago
Reply to  SpursGoliath

I couldn’t see him playing against us in the opening fixture even if he was eligible. He’s made some ill-advised mistakes, I imagine, because his head’s all over the place. But come on for City in game 1 and score against us? I don’t think so.

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