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Video: Fabrizio Romano provides the latest regarding the future of Harry Kane with Tottenham Hotspur
By Eddie Razo -

The Harry Kane to Manchester City transfer saga remains ongoing. Tottenham Hotspur is standing firm in not letting their striker leave unless they receive a proposal from their Premier League rival that meets their financial demands. 

Italian football journalist Fabrizio Romano appeared on the Last Word On Spurs YouTube channel and provided the latest information regarding the 28-year-old. 

Romano states that Machester City remains convinced they can land Kane in these next few weeks before the window closes. They’ll be waiting for green light Tottenham, but the London-based club is convinced Kane will be staying, potentially with a new contract coming his way.

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East Stand
East Stand
2 months ago

Machester City? Madchester City? Who cares? It’s only click-bait after all… 😂

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago

This day was always coming, he was definitely leaving next season with just two years left.

I hope the next time we have an exceptional talent we can hold on to them and let them fulfill their dreams at Tottenham.

East Stand
East Stand
2 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

No chance if that with Levy around…

Sao Paulo Spurs
Sao Paulo Spurs
2 months ago

There is no way Kane will sign a new contract. Why would he trust Levy now after what happened this summer? Spurs have let him down time & time again.
A gentleman’s agreement is of course not legally binding but it does carry a bond of trust and integrity. I’m certain the conversation between Kane & Levy happened. Everyone is saying “he has 3 years left on his contract, Spurs don’t have to sell”. Whilst this is true if you look at Levy’s track record, he always sells.
My own personal view is that Levy will feed misleading statements into the press stating that Spurs have no intention of selling Harry Kane. This is with the hope that HK will hand in a transfer request and Man City will make a record breaking bid. The ideal outcome for our chairman is sullying the reputation of Kane whilst he secures a record transfer fee for “the club”. We all sit back thank our lucky stars for such an astute leader and boo an exceptional club servant when he inevitably plays and scores against us.

I’m sure the majority of readers of this blog can see through this and won’t boo Kane when he returns. He’s been excellent for us and without doubt one of the best players to ever wear a Spurs shirt.

One thing i can promise you is that come May, Spurs will be 1, 2 or 3 points adrift of whichever qualification place we happen to find ourselves close to. I’m also sure you’ll also be able to look back at points dropped at the beginning of the season due to an incomplete and unsettled squad.

ForzaSpurs
ForzaSpurs
2 months ago

Good Sir,unfortunately this world isnt built on trust and integrity ,while I blame Levy for every single thing that is wrong with our club. If we all believed in verbal agreements and goodwill,we would all be unemployed.

The majority you are correct won’t boo Kane ,but if he does not make himself available for match against city then they would.Because by doing that he has handicapped us for an opening match and thus clashed with our club. He has taken his issues with Levy and made it an issue with the club and by being a supporter of THFC ,we need to separate the 2. It’s all good and well wishing Harry best of luck once he leaves ,but if him doing well is against the clubs ambitions that I for one hope he doesnt do well

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
2 months ago

I support TOTTENHAM not harry Kane (the player we made) his reputation means nothing to me. Tottenham owe harry Kane nothing. I expect the chairman to put the club before him. I’d never boo him.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
2 months ago
Reply to  Tappaspur

So you’re saying Kane wouldn’t have been a success anywhere except At Spurs – do you understand how stupid that sounds Tappa?
The chairman is not THFC either any more than Kane alone is, he’s just the person in the current position. THFC have been around for a long time and the greatness was before these parasites took over.
Instead of down-marking everybody who criticises Levy and ENIC why don’t you just go and visit a happy-clappy fanboy forum somewhere.

Last edited 2 months ago by Glory Costs Too Much
Tappaspur
Tappaspur
2 months ago

Who cares about any success he woulda had anywhere else? Not me. Little new comer trying to tell me what to do. Keep trying. See you in there Sunday? Didn’t think so

Last edited 2 months ago by Tappaspur
Spurs EST.1882
Spurs EST.1882
2 months ago

A new contract? How deluded is levy and co? If Kane signs a new deal he is basically admitting he doesn’t want to win anything.

Peter Mead
Peter Mead
2 months ago
Reply to  Spurs EST.1882

No he isnt’ he can see Tottenham are improving the team with some new signings and those signing will strengthen the team and will give them more of a chance of winning things next season and in the future plus he will be getting a massive pay rise so l think it’s you who are deluded mate !

ForzaSpurs
ForzaSpurs
2 months ago
Reply to  Peter Mead

Yeah,to an extent I agree with you. Let’s be honest ,Levy wasnt showing ambition to our club for a long time but it still was enough for Kane to extend his contract. It was enough for him to enjoy the extra increase in salary (which he deserved ) but could of included an “ambition” clause or a clause that stipulated that Levy had to procure players which Harry was convinced would move the club in the right direction. Something like how Messi had at Barc all these years.While harry deserves to win trophies and leave spurs if we dont match his ambitions,he needed to approach it in a correct way. Make it known honestly and clearly, not with 1 leg in tottenham and 1 in City.

ForzaSpurs
ForzaSpurs
2 months ago
Reply to  ForzaSpurs

I would like to also add ,why couldn’t Harry take up Levy publicly like how Messi done with the ex director. He made all the fans turn against the director. He let everything be known and was ready to jump ship saying that the club isnt led correctly etc Once the guy stepped down,messi was willing to stay. It’s no use trying to emulate the great footballers on the pitch when you cant take other lessons in Ethics and Morals from them. I bet you Kane wont shed a tear for the club or us fans

Last edited 2 months ago by ForzaSpurs
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