Tottenham ahead Harry Kane has hinted at a transfer to Manchester Metropolis as hypothesis mounts over his future, calling the champions’ star midfielder Kevin De Bruyne a “striker’s dream”. Kane has reportedly informed Spurs he needs to depart on the finish of the season and the England captain has been linked with Metropolis, Manchester United and Chelsea. Kane has now raised the prospect of a transfer to Pep Guardiola’s title winners, naming Man Metropolis’s De Bruyne as an ideal team-mate.
Metropolis are reported to be concerned with signing the 27-year-old, however Spurs is not going to let their talisman go and not using a combat, particularly as he’s underneath contract for the subsequent three years.
Kane is decided to remain within the Premier League and when requested by former Manchester United defender Gary Neville which participant would assist him rating extra targets he mentioned: “De Bruyne for certain.”
“After I watch De Bruyne play he is a particular, particular participant and among the balls I see him put in for Metropolis are only a striker’s dream if I am sincere.”
Kane has scored 165 Premier League targets, 95 behind all-time prime scorer Alan Shearer, and he needs to topple the previous Blackburn and Newcastle striker.
The ahead, who has 22 top-flight targets this season, informed Neville’s YouTube channel The Overlap that accidents have been the principle menace to his ambition to interrupt the report.
“After all there’s all the time the choice of possibly shifting overseas at some point however I do not assume that basically pursuits me within the close to future,” he added.
Kane has been concerned in two Premier League title races with Spurs, has misplaced two League Cup finals, and was on the defeated aspect within the 2019 Champions League closing.
The ahead admits the membership missed alternatives to win silverware underneath former boss Mauricio Pochettino, who’s now in cost at Paris Saint-Germain, and challenged Spurs chairman Daniel Levy to ship high quality additions to assist rebuild.
Managerless Tottenham, who’ve missed out on the Premier League’s prime 4 for a second successive season, look unlikely even to qualify for the Europa League forward of their closing league match in opposition to Leicester on Sunday.
“For one purpose or one other we did not fairly do what we wanted to do and sort of the place we’re at now I really feel like we’re sort of at a rebuild stage once more if I am sincere,” Kane mentioned.
“It is disappointing. I really feel like the chance was positively there.
“I am not going to say it is not there any extra after all — one or two good gamers can take the crew over the road with Liverpool and Metropolis and groups like that.
“However for certain I really feel prefer it was a chance missed for the membership to do one thing particular.”
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