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Video – Ornstein gives his reaction to Kane to Man City rumour and it is very interesting
By Bruce Grove -

The big “breaking news” this morning is that Harry Kane is on his way to Man City for a whopping £160m after Daniel Levy agreed to allow the England captain to leave.

Now, I have already rubbished the Sun sourced article and it seems I am not the only one that finds this latest rumour a load of tosh, according to Ornstein, so does Man City and Tottenham.

Ornstein went on the Football Daily podcast and has had his say on the latest gossip and his comments are indeed interesting, have a watch and listen for yourselves below.

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matt
matt
1 month ago

The deal is probably done and Spurs want to keep it quiet so they don’t get ripped off on players they are bringing in.

Tonespurs
Tonespurs
1 month ago

Nonsense most spurs fans want Kane to stay the squad is changing new coach hopefully enough to keep him for another year

Andrew
Andrew
1 month ago

Ornstein works for the Athletic though doesn’t he.

James McKevitt.
James McKevitt.
1 month ago

Testing the water, maybe someone is trying to see what the reaction to an actual deal would be.

Interesting that there is no hue and cry from Spurs fans, reaction seems to be, get on with it.

SpursGoliath
SpursGoliath
1 month ago

£160 million straight fee or close to £160 mill and we do a deal for a City player or two for £50 mill+ who’s actually willing to come to us (doubtful, but maybe) to sweeten things a bit like the Saints deal we did recently – I think most Spurs fans would have to say either of those scenarios would be too good to turn down.

Kane’s 28 next week, injury prone, slowing, and he’s never actually quite hauled us over the line to actually win anything despite his efforts.

If it’s £150 million of Kane for me I’m 50/50 on that – happy he stays, happy he leaves for £150 million IF we spend the money, and hopefully do better than with the Bale money (though we did get Eriksen who was eventually almost as influential as Bale for us and a couple of decent seasons out of some of the others)

Chris
Chris
1 month ago
Reply to  SpursGoliath

Hard to think of two City players who might be willing to take the step from playing occasional Champ’s League football through rotation and winning stuff to playing ECL and winning nothing though isn’t it? I’d almost question the ambition, desire and motivation of any player making the move!

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