Harry Kane

Akira

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Honestly, honestly don't see him leaving Spurs, at least not anytime soon. Levy's not gonna budge. Took Eriksen to run down his contract for him to escape Levy's prison. Danny Rose atm is still at Spurs, unregistered. He wouldn't even let go of Dele Alli on loan, even after Mourinho gave the okay.

This is how Levy operates. He keeps his players hostage, declare unrealistic prices on his players, until no one buys and the player runs down his contract past their prime - in which by that time, the shiny new toy has long arrived in the footballing world.
 

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Be worth it to see the Spurs fans fall apart completely and self combust in their hatred of all things City.
Other than that, no doubting his quality though I’d prefer a younger player who Pep can mould.
 

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Honestly, honestly don't see him leaving Spurs, at least not anytime soon. Levy's not gonna budge. Took Eriksen to run down his contract for him to escape Levy's prison. Danny Rose atm is still at Spurs, unregistered. He wouldn't even let go of Dele Alli on loan, even after Mourinho gave the okay.

This is how Levy operates. He keeps his players hostage, declare unrealistic prices on his players, until no one buys and the player runs down his contract past their prime - in which by that time, the shiny new toy has long arrived in the footballing world.
Yep and why Kane is a thick fcuk agreeing to his last contract that will keep him there till he is 31 he deserves to rot there and win fcuk all!
 

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Honestly, honestly don't see him leaving Spurs, at least not anytime soon. Levy's not gonna budge. Took Eriksen to run down his contract for him to escape Levy's prison. Danny Rose atm is still at Spurs, unregistered. He wouldn't even let go of Dele Alli on loan, even after Mourinho gave the okay.

This is how Levy operates. He keeps his players hostage, declare unrealistic prices on his players, until no one buys and the player runs down his contract past their prime - in which by that time, the shiny new toy has long arrived in the footballing world.
Completely agree. Makes me laugh when Levy is made out to be some football genius. He thinks he sits at the top table in football when he is miles away. His two superstars in the past in Modric and Bale he sold, he dragged it out all summer and left the club fucked but celebrated it as some sort of power play.

All that time he wasted on the Bale transfer and he ended up with the likes of Soldado.
 

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Honestly, honestly don't see him leaving Spurs, at least not anytime soon. Levy's not gonna budge. Took Eriksen to run down his contract for him to escape Levy's prison. Danny Rose atm is still at Spurs, unregistered. He wouldn't even let go of Dele Alli on loan, even after Mourinho gave the okay.

This is how Levy operates. He keeps his players hostage, declare unrealistic prices on his players, until no one buys and the player runs down his contract past their prime - in which by that time, the shiny new toy has long arrived in the footballing world.
Prisoner Cell Block L :) sorry H
 

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Spurs would be no better than Brighton without Kane.

Is he really going to allow himself to play an entire career,one in which he has proven he is amongst his generations greatest striking talents,without having anything to show for it??

As much as he looks it,daft he isnt.
 

hgblue

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Spurs would be no better than Brighton without Kane.

Is he really going to allow himself to play an entire career,one in which he has proven he is amongst his generations greatest striking talents,without having anything to show for it??

As much as he looks it,daft he isnt.
What can he do? He’s signed a long term contract. He can want to move on all he wants but the price set by Spurs will be too expensive.
 

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