Belgium’s Kevin De Bruyne celebrates scoring his team’s first goal (Reuters)

Jermaine Jenas wrote on Twitter ‘we can dream’ when questioned whether Kevin de Bruyne is joining Tottenham.

The BBC pundit, amid the speculation of Manchester City’s bid for Harry Kane, was talking about how the Tottenham striker will be feeling watching de Bruyne in action at Euro 2020 on Monday evening.

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The world’s best playmaker was in action for Belgium at Euro 2020 yesterday when Roberto Martinez’s side beat Finland 2-0 in their final group game.

And whilst watching de Bruyne in action, Jenas thinks it’s going to be like an ‘all you can eat buffet’ when Kane and the £55 million star (BBC Sport) potentially link-up at the Etihad next season.

But following Jenas’ initial comments about Kane, a supporter cheekily asked whether the Belgian is the one joining Spurs, and he issued this response:

This is where the fear amongst the Tottenham supporters starts to grow because, according to Sky Sports, Man City have put in a bid of £100 million for Kane’s talents.

Given the mess Tottenham are in, it’s perhaps more likely that he will leave than stay because Daniel Levy isn’t exactly providing him with reasons to not head for that North London exit door.

It’s been over two months since Spurs sacked Jose Mourinho, yet no replacement has come in.

What makes it worse is that talks between several candidates continue to seemingly break down, as those in the Spurs boardroom provide Kane with reasons as to why he should leave rather than why he should stay.

If someone like Antonio Conte had got the Spurs job then it would have been a sign of ambition by the club, but they couldn’t even seemingly land Paulo Fonseca, that’s how bad things are.