La Liga expert Alvaro Montero told Sky Sports News on Tuesday afternoon that people in Spain are talking about Tottenham striker Harry Kane potentially joining Manchester City.
Montero has claimed that it’s unlikely that both Barcelona and Real Madrid will be signing the Tottenham hitman this summer.
Sky Sports have reported that Kane has once again asked to leave Spurs, but he doesn’t think Spain will be his next destination if he does head for the exit doors of North London.
The Spanish football expert shared that when it comes to Barcelona there are two other players who the Catalonia giants prefer over the Englishman, whilst he is ‘almost 100%’ certain that Madrid won’t be securing his talents either.
“As far as I know, two players which are above Harry Kane about the intentions of the club. One is Sergio Aguero and the second one is Depay. Although, we know it’s Ronald Koeman’s desire (to sign Aguero and Depay) and it’s possible that he doesn’t continue to stay in Barcelona.
“And as for Real Madrid, it’s almost impossible. I would say it’s almost 100% that he’s not going to sign for Real Madrid because they want first Mbappe or Haaland.
“That’s the problem, the amount of money they would have to spend because let’s remember in the next week, Barcelona has to pay £700 million and more than 1bn for the next year. And it’s going to be very difficult if they want to buy new players.
“Once you ask inside the club, the feeling inside Barcelona and especially in Spain is that Kane is going to stay in the Premier League. And here in Spain, we are talking about Manchester City as the next team.”
Either way, Spurs fans will be hoping that Kane hasn’t just played his last in front of his own supporters following that showdown with Aston Villa because if it is then more anger will be vented towards Daniel Levy.
No Champions League football, no manager, not even naming rights for their new stadium, questions have to be asked about those running the club.
Kane has done all he can and has clearly been let down by those in the suits and if the England captain does leave then that surely means that Levy has to go also.
Many Spurs fans want him gone already, and his actions regarding the European Super League didn’t help his cause, as one of the biggest summers since Levy took charge now awaits him.