Former Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte is set to take over the reins at Tottenham Hotspur, and one of the first challenges will be getting on the same page with striker Harry Kane.
The 28-year-old has one goal in nine Premier League matches, and discussion continues to swirl on whether he wants to play for Tottenham.
Daily Mail columnist Jamie Redknapp appeared on Sky Sports, stating that the first thing Conte needs to address is the Kane saga that continued to leak into the season after a summer of rumors.
“Get Kane going; that is the big thing. If I was a manager at that club right now and I took over the job, how do I get Kane going (would be my top priority)?” Redknapp said.
“You need to have a conversation with him about do you want to be at this club. Are you part of my plans? If he says ‘no,’ I try and sell him in January. I am his biggest fan, but he is not playing to the level that he wants at the moment. He does not look like he is enjoying his football, and that would be your first objective – can I get Kane playing well alongside [Heung-Min] Son.”