Manchester United legend, Dimitar Berbatov has come out to react to rumours linking Harry Kane with Manchester City. He recently revealed that the situation is definitely different from his Manchester United move back in 2008.
According to him, he doesn’t feel boycotting training is the right way for Kane to go, even if staying and playing might affect his performance.
He added that football is cruel and he hopes Kane resumes training like a professional while figuring the best way to go about his future.
His words, “I was surprised. I don’t think it’s the right way. I never boycotted training, that’s the difference,”
“I didn’t play two games. It was difficult for me to admit but I found the power to say, ‘If I play, my mind will not be there, so I will be in the way of my team-mates doing their job’.”
“But training is easy. It’s behind closed doors, most team-mates will understand you, and it will be easy to let go of some stress with banter and jokes.”
“I hope Harry resumes training, then the difficult and interesting part comes – the games.”
“If it’s going to happen, I think it will be the last day of the window. But I would love it to be resolved sooner, because I don’t want to see him boycotting games.”
“If I was Levy, I would do the same. He is fighting for his team. It was different for me because I was a foreigner from a small country and it was a once-in-a-lifetime chance.”
“Kane is at his home and is a world star. He is going to leave people disappointed, especially the fans who worship him. Some understand, others never will. Football is cruel, the pain is going to be bigger than when I left.”
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