Tottenham Hotspur hero Graham Roberts insists that Harry Kane will not sulk after failing to earn a move to Manchester City, and believes he will want to prove Pep Guardiola’s side wrong.
Kane announced earlier last week that he intends to stay at Spurs this summer, despite repeated links with City throughout the summer.
One report suggests that the only bid tabled by City came to £75m plus £25m in add-ons, falling short of the reported £150m asking price chairman Daniel Levy had placed on the England captain.
Hints of Kane’s stay were dropped at the weekend, as he came off the bench late on in the 1-0 win over Wolves.
He then subsequently was handed a start by Nuno Santo for the 1-0 success against newly-promoted Watford on Sunday, and despite the fact he was unable to get on the score-sheet Roberts is confident that he will spend the season scoring goals, as he looks to show City they should have paid up.
Speaking exclusively to Football FanCast, he said: “The one thing with Harry Kane, he won’t be unhappy, because he’ll want to play, he’ll want to score goals and he’ll want to prove to Man City that they’ve mucked up.”