Sport Transfer expert reveals Spurs' negotiations for £210k-p/w ace; Levy could seal move for nothing
The Harry Kane conundrum: The Tottenham striker wants to win trophies
SAMI MOKBEL: As news of Kane's latest remarks regarding his Tottenham future filtered through to Daniel Levy's office on Sunday, it is unlikely there would have been a sharp intake of breath. 'I'm fully focused on doing the job on the pitch from now until the end of the summer and then we'll see where we go from there,' said Kane. Hardly an admission he wants to leave, but nor was it an unequivocal declaration of commitment.Therein lies the problem — the uncertainty. Kane's reluctance to kill talk of a move away from north London speaks volumes.
According to recent reports from Germany, Tottenham Hotspur have made contact with Bayern Munich centre-back Jerome Boateng ahead of a potential summer switch.
According totransfer expert Max Bielefeld, as cited by , Tottenham are the only club who are currently in the race for the defender, who is set to leave Bayern at the .
The journalist went on to claim that Jose Mourinho’s side have already held “concrete talks” with thedefender, who has made for the Bundesliga side since back in 2011.
Sold for £11m, now worth £1.35m: Levy played an absolute blinder over Spurs "genius" - opinion
Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy played an absolute blinder selling Mousa Dembele when he did, a hard a decision it would've been.The Belgian midfield enforcer joined Spurs from Fulham in 2012 after the north Londoners activated his £15m release clause, and it’s fair to suggest that they got plenty of value for their money.
Finally, Bielefeld dismissed reports of Borussia Dortmund being interested in making a move for the 32-year-old centre-back this summer.
Transfer Tavern Take
With Mourinho making it abundantly clear thatin the upcoming transfer window, and with Boateng becoming available on a free transfer, it is hardly surprising to hear that Tottenham are considering a move for the Germany international.
However, considering that when a player arrives at a club on a free transfer they tend to demand a higher wage, it could be argued that spending a figure of around– or potentially even more – on a 32-year-old might not be the most sensible idea in the world, particularly if this amount would of a crucial player such as Harry Kane.
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Levy could hammer another nail in Spurs coffin by hiring 47 y/o with a 30.5% win rate - opinion .
Tottenham Hotspur must avoid hiring Belgium boss Roberto Martinez as he's a far from inspiring appointment following Jose Mourinho.The Guardian‘s Dave Hytner first reported on Monday that the 47-year-old, who has overseen the progress of the Belgium national team, has ‘admirers at Spurs.