Harry Kane

Do you want City to go back in for Kane in January?


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ancoats

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Until a few seasons ago he had never scored in August, considering he hasn't played from the start of the season and not had a normal pre-season plus a full Euro tournament it's not surprising he hasn't scored and hit the ground running (in stellar competition, no one cares about Europa conference qualifiers).

the august thing was daft because sometimes we only play 2 games normally
 

ancoats

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Some dude on 5live now claiming we had a deal for £130,000,000. It was fucked up by his brother's poor agent skills and Levy.

loving every single game when kane and spurs lose and levy must be loving it to
why would you turn down £100million plus add-ons for a player that is 28 ? it was crazy

even worst is now they have a player that is not bothered and just going through the motions
losing any sort of value come the winter transfer window ? if stories are true and haaland is available for £67million kane would have to be £50million or lower for city to do any sort of deal
 

wolviedinho

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loving every single game when kane and spurs lose and levy must be loving it to
why would you turn down £100million plus add-ons for a player that is 28 ? it was crazy

even worst is now they have a player that is not bothered and just going through the motions
losing any sort of value come the winter transfer window ? if stories are true and haaland is available for £67million kane would have to be £50million or lower for city to do any sort of deal
£50m would be outstanding business. Keep playing like shit Harry. ;)
 

hgblue

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quick glane at spurs community and most of them want him gone in january - hope we never deal with them again and leave him to rot with the spuds
I wonder what they thought was going to happen to Kane's form? If you had an agreement with your boss that you could leave if a bigger company wanted you, and then he backtracked and refused to let you go, would you work your balls off for him? Yes Kane is under contract, yes he's well paid, and yes Spurs were within their rights to keep him, but they were warned that an unhappy, demotivated player was the likely result.
 

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