Harry Kane

Do you want us to sign Kane?


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Xhavenjoe

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But who’s paying Levy what he would ask? I’ve seen too many times clubs fucking over players who want to go
Probably nobody. I don't think Kane is the guy that will down tools but we saw ourselves with Sane if they don't buy into their team it may be best to let them go.
Mahrez is a typical example. Wanted to come to us, informed Leicester he wanted to leave and basically put them in a position where they had no choice but to let him go at the best price they could get.
 

Pablo1

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But why would would Sterling go to Tottenham approaching his peak? Maybe he hasn't got the room to store any more medals.
He won’t. People are desperate to sell him off so think that it makes sense to swap him for whichever new shiny toy we might buy in the summer.
It’s wishful thinking and has no basis in reality whatsoever but expect to read it at least 10 tines a day on here over various threads.
 

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Tottenham's most outstanding match in Kane's time there is surely Ajax away - when he popped to the dressing room at half time and told them to try a bit harder.

In the final, he was recalled to the starting eleven and lolloped around aimlessly as he usually does against top class opposition.

If John Stones had been England's penalty taker at the last World Cup - and assuming he scores them all - he would've won the Golden Boot.
 

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I think Kane’s unhappiness will spell the end for Jose. Levy will placate Harry with a new boss who’s more attack minded accompanied by a couple of more positive signings. Mind you anyone from the other 91 clubs would be more attack minded that the Portuguese coach driver.
 

nmc

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Tottenham's most outstanding match in Kane's time there is surely Ajax away - when he popped to the dressing room at half time and told them to try a bit harder.

In the final, he was recalled to the starting eleven and lolloped around aimlessly as he usually does against top class opposition.

If John Stones had been England's penalty taker at the last World Cup - and assuming he scores them all - he would've won the Golden Boot.

Can you imagine Harry if he signs for PSG - him and Neymar fighting over who takes, free kicks, pens, corners throw ins etc.... it will be like the schoolyard all over again.
 

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