Harry Kane has put his future at Tottenham Spurs on the line after angering the club’s boss Daniel Levy with comments about cancelling the Premier League season.
The Tottenham boss is already under a lot of stress with a £637million loan for the new stadium still hanging over his head and having already lost out on millions of pounds in revenue from the postponed Anthony Joshua boxing match, any cancellation of the Premier League season would mean that clubs will lose out on sponsorship and ticket revenue.
On top of all this, cancelling the season would mean Premier League clubs would have to refund revenue already taken from selling broadcasting rights for the remaining games in the season.
Harry Kane angered his boss when he aired his views to cancel the rest of the season saying:
‘I don’t see too much benefit in playing into July or August and pushing next season back,’
“There needs to be a point where enough is enough. Probably the limit for me is the end of June.”
For months there have been speculations about a move from the club by Kane. His inability to rule out a move away from the club raised suspicions about the Tottenham forward as he went on to say:
“I’ll always love Spurs but I’m not someone to stay there for the sake of it. Of course I want to win trophies sooner rather than later. I’m an ambitious player and want to become one of the top, top players,”
“It’s not a definite I’m going to stay there forever but it’s not a no either.”
It seems that Tottenham boss finally had enough with the England captain’s comments and has reportedly contacted interested clubs announcing that the striker is available with a £200m price tag.
Manchester United have been linked to scooping up Kane should they be given the chance and may be looking to negotiate the figure given Levy’s urgency to sell and raise money to pay back the stadium loan.