If Antonio Conte’s team fails to win a trophy this season, Tottenham star Harry Kane has been asked to have a serious discussion with club officials at the conclusion of the season about a possible move. There have been rumours that the England captain may leave at the conclusion of the season, with Bayern Munich being a possible destination. He has never won a club title in his career.
The forward’s contract in north London expires in 2024, and he does not look close to signing a new agreement, therefore the German giants and Chelsea have been mentioned as prospective landing sites for Kane. Manchester United may be looking to add a striker as well, since Cristiano Ronaldo’s relationship with manager Erik ten Hag has deteriorated.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner was benched for United’s triumph against Tottenham and then punished by being taken off the team for their draw with Chelsea. Kane has been pushed by Gabby Agbonlahor, a former striker for Aston Villa, to have an open conversation with Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino at the conclusion of the season if Spurs fail to win a trophy and to pursue a transfer to Manchester United.
“If Harry Kane doesn’t win a trophy this season, I could see it getting to the point where he says, ‘The joke’s done, I’m gone.'” “It would be great to break the goals record, but I’m more interested in winning trophies,” Agbonlahor said to Football Insider.
Harry Kane might be interested in playing for a club in England, and Manchester United would be a great fit for him. His expectations will be dashed. At this time, I think Harry Kane needs to work hard to score for the team. The two of them, together with Son [Heung-min], have to do miracles despite a lack of backing. They need to do a heroic act in order to achieve their objective. What’s happening here is wrong and it shouldn’t be that way.
Although Chelsea co-owner and interim sports director Todd Boehly is keen on adding Premier League experience to Stamford Bridge in the form of Harry Kane, Bayern Munich head coach Julian Nagelsmann and CEO Oliver Kahn have both openly expressed their interest in signing Kane.
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