Harry Kane Following Jose Mourinho to AS Roma?

Harry Kane’s comments about his relationship with Jose Mourinho sparked new speculation. Could the Tottenham Hotspur attacker move to AS Roma? On Gary Neville’s new YouTube channel The Overlap, Kane has been open about his closeness to Mourinho. The England national team bomber described Mourinho as someone emotionally close to him.

Unlike the previous coach, Mauricio Pochettino, Kane said, Mourinho does not really like Tottenham Hotspur players lingering in the gym. For that reason, Kane was more interested in being coached by Mourinho.

We understand each other, and have the same mentality, “Kane told Garry Neville.

viewers Garry Neville suggested that Kane moves to AS Roma following Mourinho, who had just signed a three-year contract at the club in the Italian capital. However, the BBC claims otherwise.

According to a BBC report, Kane has not submitted a transfer request proposal to the club. The conversation with Spurs officials urged Kane to stay until he retired at Tottenham Hotspur.

Meanwhile, former Tottenham Hotspur striker Clive Allen, who scored 60 goals in 105 appearances for his team, has his own opinion. According to Allen, Kane must leave and find a club that can take him to the trophy.

“My heart says Kane must stay here (Tottenham). But my head said he had to move. He wants to win trophies, “said Clive Allen was quoted by Talksport.

The reasons why Manchester City are not suitable for Harry Kane

Harry Kane’s intention to join Manchester City seems to be well thought out. Because, there are factors that make Kane probably not at home grazing at the Etihad Stadium even though on paper, joining Man City is the most sensible.

It’s no secret that Kane wants to leave Tottenham Hotspur this summer. For a player of his caliber, the striker who was born in Walthamstow, London, July 28, 1993, had too many seasons without a trophy.

Even this 2020/2021 campaign season, Kane has to bite his fingers. Even the Spurs are threatened with not appearing in European competition in the 2021/2021 season. Currently, Spurs are scattered in 7th place in the 2020/2021 Premier League standings, which leaves one match.

Many have suggested Kane leave Spurs if he wants to lift the trophy. Summer transfer rumors say Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea are clubs that are said to want to sign him.

According to the marca.com analysis, on paper, joining Man City makes the most sense for Kane. Man City coach Pep Guardiola guarantees the trophy and the opportunity for him to develop further.

Man United still has to prove they can win trophies. In addition, Edinson Cavani is still allowed to prove his capabilities at Old Trafford. As for Chelsea, a fellow London club, there will be certain difficulties if Kane joins them directly from Spurs.

However, moving to Man City will not solve all of Kane’s problems. Given how good the system has been without striker Guardiola this season. Guardiola might see his squad as better off without a pure No.9.

Throughout his career at Tottenham, Kane has been used to playing week after week. He may not be happy just to warm up the bench in other matches as part of Guardiola’s rotation policy.

It was especially worth considering when Kane set his sights on Alan Shearer’s Premier League goalscoring streak of 260 goals. Currently, Kane has collected 165 goals.

It also raises the question of whether Man City needs Kane. They have won the Premier League and reached the final of the Champions League without a striker, also scoring plenty of goals along the way.

If Spurs ask for a high fee for the striker, or in the range of £ 120 million (Rp2.4 trillion) as reported by Sky Sports, it might make Man City think twice about signing him.

Regardless of their financial strength, spending that kind of money on players who are not needed is another thing.

Moreover, Man City is not a team that can spend a lot of money. The 68 million euros they spent on Ruben Dias last summer is a record transfer fee. Kane’s signing will cost about twice as much, which is a big leap.

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