Tottenham Hotspur captain Harry Kane continues to be linked with a move away from north London, as former manager Mauricio Pochettino admits he still considers Spurs “his club”
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Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham Hotspur seems to be becoming clearer amid reports regarding his move away from north London.
The Spurs captain has been in impressive form again this campaign, and has come through Premier League Legendary Thierry Henry’s goal as he scored his 176th goal of the tournament in defeating Frank Lampard on Monday night Everton.
He now has 20 goals in all competitions for his side this season after being linked with a move City of Manchester last summer and rumors suggest he might move in Manchester United this year if former Spurs coach Mauricio Pochettino takes over the Old Trafford team.
But the latest reports may show where the striker sees his own future.
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Spurs labeled ‘special club’
Mauricio Pochettino has called his former club Spurs a ‘special club’.
The Argentinian was speaking ahead of Wednesday night’s Champions League match against Real Madrid, a side his Paris Saint-Germain have lost significantly.
PSG searched for a place in the final eight innings with Kylian Mbappe in goal again scoring the only goal at the Parc des Princes last month.
But fellow Frenchman Benzema stole the show with a hat-trick after the break and his last two goals were separated by just 106 seconds in a 3-1 win, stunning Mauricio Pochettino’s men. before the pressure is on the former Tottenham coach.
The loss comes after Poch admitted he still considers Tottenham “his club” amid speculation over his future linking him to the job of Manchester United manager.
Kane’s future becomes clearer
Harry Kane is set to turn down a new contract at Tottenham Hotspur in favor of Pep Guardiola’s move to Manchester City, it has been announced.
Kane came close to joining Guardiola’s side last summer but Tottenham director Daniel Levy refused to drop the claim on his talisman, making the move difficult.
And reports now suggest the Spurs captain continues to be interested in linking up with the ex Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss at the Etihad Stadium – and could turn down a new contract with Spurs to boost the move.
The player is said to be keen to win trophies before the end of his career and sees City as the best chance to do so, according to reports.
But it remains to be seen whether Man City will return with an offer to buy him this summer, amid claims that you are focusing your efforts on moving Borussia Dortmund forward. Erling Haaland.