Recent remarks made by Julian Nagelsmann, the manager of Bayern Munich, about Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur did not sit well with Antonio Conte.
In addition to Jamie O’Hara, who is a TalkSPORT analyst, Nagelsmann’s remarks on Kane infuriated him.
When speaking to journalist Manuel Veth on Friday, the Bayern manager would not completely rule out a future acquisition of Kane.
He is quite pricey. He has a powerful body and strong hands, but at that cost, it is quite challenging. We’ll have to wait and see what develops later,” he remarked.
Antonio Conte responded and said in his view it’s ‘disrespectful’ to talk about another club’s player as a manager
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O’Hara fuming after Naglesmann’s Kane comments
Speaking on TalkSPORT, former Spurs man Jamie O’Hara was also furious over Nagelsmann’s comments on Kane and said the striker isn’t leaving this summer
“Take care of yourself! Nothing to do with you (Nagelsmann), not your player, and you’re not interested in buying him, he declared.
“I detest bosses who behave in this manner. As well as not being sold, Harry Kane is not moving to Bayern Munich. Don’t discuss our players.
Presenter Laura Woods from TalkSPORT asserted that Nagelsmann had likely been questioned on the subject, but O’Hara disagreed.
“Yeah, but why even pose the query? Yes, very good player, not my player, he ought to say.
Then, Woods questioned O’Hara on whether Kane would win more titles at Bayern than he would at Spurs if he made the switch.
In jest, Ally McCoist added, “And what will be the answer to that? Yes!”
Kane won’t be leaving Tottenham anytime soon, according to O’Hara.
He said, “He’s not leaving, he’s pleased, and he’s scoring goals. This is the most exciting season for Spurs in a very long time because of Conte and how well the club is doing.
Why is Harry Kane being discussed? Why do we have another another manager from a different nation complaining about not knowing how much money he makes? It’s because he’s not for sale, I suppose.
The former Spurs player is obviously upset by Nagelsmann’s remarks, and Conte appears to agree.
It seems extremely unlikely that Kane will leave anytime soon given how content Conte appears to be and how well Spurs are doing.