Spurs have made a huge breakthrough in negotiations for the contract extension of Harry Kane. According to reports, the 29 year old is ready to put pen to paper in the next week or so that will extend his tenure at the club for 4 more years. For this, many Manchester United fans have slammed the club’s Football Director for failing to snap up the striker when the club still had the chance to do so.
“Harry Kane is planning on opening a new contract with Spurs that will definitely tie him longer to the club. He has always been considered untouchable for the club for years and now with a new contract on the way, it will become even more impossible for other clubs to sign him. Richard Arnold has definitely been sleeping in his job if this is actually going to happen,” commented Kaveh Solhekol.
Screenshot: Harry Kane has decided to extend his contract with Spurs
Harry Kane has been a long time target for Manchester United but the problem however is that his valuation has always been too high even when he had bad runs of games. Last summer was the closest the club ever get to sign the England skipper for a cut price fee but there was too much hesitance to kick off talks with him. Now Kane is once again untouchable and his price tag will definitely rise two folds.
Wout Werghost is yet to open his account for Manchester United. (Image: Courtesy of Google)
Wout Werghost has been unlucky in front of goal for Manchester United but his link up play has been promising to say the least. He clearly needs more time to readjust to the new system at the club before he starts banging goals left, right and center. Ten Hag will be counting on him immensely to get the job done at the club.
Erik Ten Hag is still keen on signing a Marquee striker. (Image: Courtesy of Google)
Harry Kane’s decision to stay at Spurs has mainly been attributed to the player’s desire to play regular minutes even as he heads towards retirement. If Manchester United had managed to reassure him that he would be an indispensable member of the club if he joined in the summer, then the situation at the club would have been a little more different to what it is now.
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