Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has made some very interesting comments about transfers.
The 24-year-old has been in a rich vein of form for over a year and it looks like there is no slowing down.
Nine days into 2018, and Kane has already scored twice, increasing his tally to 26 goals in all competitions.
It is understandable that a player in the England international’s is likely to attract attention from other clubs.
Widespread media outlets have linked Kane with a big-money move to Spanish giants Real Madrid, who lured Gareth Bale to the Bernabeu from Spurs in 2013.
Philippe Coutinho’s recent transfer from Liverpool to Barcelona may have fans of other big clubs worried that they too will lose their best player.
Kane has not spoken in depth about the speculation surrounding him, but he has confirmed that he will not be talking to the club any time soon regarding an extension to his current deal, which expires in 2022.
The striker also suggested that a player should not be stopped if he desires a move elsewhere.
The Daily Star quotes Kane as saying:
“None are planned, that I know of. I think if a player wants to go then why would you stop him? He’s not going to be in the club, he’s not going to play every game, he’s not going to put his heart on the line.”