Tottenham Will Release Harry Kane To Paris Saint-Germain, This Is What Tottenham Fans Are Saying

okegoalTuesday, 18 July 2023 | 01:31 GMT+0000
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Okegoal.com - LONDON,  fans think the club should accept the player as well as the cash offer for .

has been the subject of intense transfer speculation, and with his move away from the club this summer, it's no wonder he has ended up being the talk of the town.

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has expressed interest in signing the captain, and Bayern Munich is also believed to be interested in signing the attacking star.

Not to mention , who may be without Kylian for the new season, after he informed the club that he would not renew his contract.

According to transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio, have entered competition territory for Harry Kane, as the club prepare to include Xavi Simmons in a potential swap deal.

The ideas of Cash and have led some Tottenham fans to believe that Daniel Levy should accept 's offer.

One Twitter user wrote: “£100m & very good Simmons.”

Tweet 2: “I speak for all Tottenham fans when I say make it happen.”

A third added: “I did it. Maybe a good reception, maybe not, but a decent amount plus Xavi is a great deal.”

Another said: “It's over, I'll take £60m and Simmons the lad is amazing.”

Harry Kane, who signed him until the summer of 2024, is currently in Australia with Tottenham on the club's pre-season tour amid growing speculation about his future.

Ange Postecoglou spoke to her co-star and claimed she remains “fully committed to what we do”.

“Nothing as shocking as people are looking for. Just a good chat, I introduce myself and we basically talked about the club, where it is and where it thinks it can develop,” he said.

“It's not one person's vision, it's about the group and we agree with it – we want to see a successful team this year.”

The Australian added: “He's here and as long as he's been here he's really committed to what we're doing, and that's what I see.

“Nobody from Munich has spoken to me. If other clubs want to talk about contract players, it's more of a problem for them than it is for us.