Harry Kane has put an end to the drama surrounding his Tottenham future, at least for the time being.
The striker has announced that he will be staying with Spurs this summer, despite earlier pushing for a move to Man City.
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Multiple reports said Tottenham had rejected an apparent 100 million pounds offer from the Premiership champions, holding out instead for something closer to 150 million.
With the latest announcement, Kane has committed his immediate future to the London club, vowing to be 100 percent focused on helping them achieve success.
It will also come as a relief to new Spurs boss Nuno Espirito Santo, who can finally get his season going knowing that his star striker will be sticking around after all.
But is unlikely to be the end of the Harry Kane transfer saga.
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Eagle-eyed observers have pointed out that Kane’s statement said he will be staying at Tottenham this summer…which can be taken to mean he could try to push for a transfer again either in January or at the end of the season.
Such a move would hardly come as a surprise, considering Kane has already made it very clear he does not want to remain at Spurs if they don’t win trophies or can’t qualify for the Champions League.
By: Nicholas Darren John