Harry Kane ‘will STILL demand a departure from Tottenham even if Mauricio Pochettino returns to the club’ with ‘verbal agreement’ with Daniel Levy during summer move
Harry Kane will still insist on walking away from Tottenham and taking the next step in his career elsewhere, even if Mauricio Pochettino returns to the club, according to reports.
Last month, Kane dropped the bombshell that he is ready to leave North London to continue his career and finally add club silver to his personal trophy cabinet.
As recently revealed by Sportsmail, Pochettino is now interested in returning to Spurs this summer following political unrest at PSG, but according to new reports, Kane has decided to leave regardless of who the new manager is.
Harry Kane will continue to leave Tottenham even if Mauricio Pochettino comes back
Kane, 27, has informed the chairman, Daniel Levy, of his intention to move forward and believes they have a verbal agreement from last summer that he will be allowed to do so, despite his contract still running for three years..
The England captain will continue with his plans to leave his youth club even as Pochettino’s reunion with the club comes to fruition, according to the turn.
Working well under Pochettino, Kane developed into one of the best strikers in the world under the Argentine’s leadership, with the pair coming close to tasting Champions League glory in 2019.
The Spurs lost to Liverpool in the Madrid final and Kane has since missed another chance to win silverware after being defeated by Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final this season.
Kane became one of the world’s best strikers under the Argentine, but is focused on moving forward
City are now favorites to sign Kane this summer, and the striker would like to stay in English football.
The Etihad club are looking for a replacement for Sergio Aguero, who was revealed as a Barcelona player on Monday.
By continuing in the Premier League, Kane would continue to track down Alan Shearer’s all-time record goals, and the English legend himself has backed Kane this week to shine at the European Championships.
“He’ll come in after winning the Golden Boot in the World Cup and he’ll probably come in too because he has to settle his future with Spurs,” said the former Newcastle and England forward.
Alan Shearer confident England captain Harry Kane won’t be distracted by his club’s future
“I went to Euro 96 with Blackburn and of course had the tournament and then had to make a decision. Sounds like he’s already made that decision. I don’t think that will affect him at all, even if it isn’t resolved, which we don’t think it will be.
But with the talent (in the squad), with the added options of our fullbacks – whether he’s playing three or four at the back – then I’m pretty sure Harry will score goals and be a challenge there for that Golden Boot.
‘I do not doubt that. I’m pretty sure of that.’