Harry Kane’s decision to remain at Tottenham Hotspur will definitely mean a lot to his manager and the fans, Said Abdi Haibeh has said. He recently revealed that he believes Kane should’ve sorted out his future before the Euros.
According to him, everyone already knew it was going to be difficult with Daniel Levy, and this is the reason why no one is shocked at the final decision.
Said added that he expects Kane to continue doing well at Spurs and the fans to keep supporting him.
His words, “This is what happens in football transfers, it gets difficult and takes time to come to an agreement.”
“Kane is now 28 and he has three years remaining on his Spurs contract. I feel he should have sorted out his future before the Euros.”
“We knew it was going to be difficult with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy who is known as a hard bargainer. In the end, the two clubs couldn’t reach an agreement.”
“At 28, Kane hasn’t won any trophy – domestic or European. He wanted to move on, make a name, and establish himself amongst the best strikers in the world.”
“That’s not going to happen this summer, and this means he will continue to do well for Spurs.”
“This also means a lot to Nuno [Espirito Santo] and the Spurs fans. The fans showed great support when Kane came on against Wolves last weekend.”
“Nuno will be very happy to keep his world-class striker with Spurs supporters looking forward to seeing more goals from their star player.”
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