The leaders of Tottenham would favor the extension of Harry Kane to that of Antonio Conte. The Italian reportedly showed too much uncertainty about his future. The attacker’s opinion would now prevail.
According to information leaked by journalist Ben Jacobs, Tottenham are now making Harry Kane’s extension their priority. That of his trainer Antonio Conte would take second place. London leaders reportedly feel the Italian is unwilling to commit for the long term. And this despite recently repeating that he is happy at Spurs. Its uncertainty would be linked to the amount that Daniel Levy, its president, is likely to spend during the next transfer window.
Tottenham takes Kane’s advice on all his files
In the show The Done Deal ShowBen Jacobs has indicated that Tottenham decision makers are now prioritizing the extension of Harry Kane: “As I’ve said before, Spurs sources tell me that in everything Tottenham does, they want Kane’s opinion – even if he hasn’t signed a deal, and even if it doesn’t. is not directly related to contract talks – they want to ask Harry Kane’s opinion. »
The Londoners would like to show the striker that he is an integral part of the club’s decisions: “He gets this de facto sense of authority and importance within the football club, so when they put in a bid he feels like the club is doing everything in line with Kane’s own thinking for him. give him the best possible chance of getting him to renew his contract. »
Bayern Munich won’t let go of Kane
Trained at the club, Harry Kane has so far scored 196 goals and 48 assists in 299 appearances in all competitions. The London native has proven to be particularly impressive so far this season, scoring 13 goals in 17 Premier League games. He still seems attached to his club. The only concern for the Spurs, his name is still cited in a club like Bayern Munich, which has European ambitions.
The Munich team seems to have put the name of the English international (80 caps, 53 goals) at the top of its shortlist to compensate for the departure of Robert Lewandowski at Barça. However, Daniel Levy is reputed to be very tough in business and it seems unlikely that he will make his job easier, if it turns out that the player does not extend. It remains to be seen how far the Bavarians will be able to go, who are also not known to indulge in one-upmanship.
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