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Why selling Harry Kane could make sense for everyone

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If there is a lot of back and forth in the media about Harry Kane, it only reflects his mindset. The Tottenham Hotspur striker is again at the point where he is considering his future.How could he not?

He is going to be 30 in July and will at that point have just a year left on his contract, with the prospect of winning a major club trophy highly unlikely.Kane will be in a far stronger position than he was in the summer of 2021, which was the last time he agitated.Spurs chairman Daniel Levy simply wouldn’t give in at that point, but he won’t have anything like the same hand now, and not just because of the danger of losing his best asset for nothing in 2024.

Kane wanted to go after Euro 2020 but his mood did shift when Antonio Conte came in as manager, and the team went on a run that took them to a relatively unlikely Champions League place.

There was a conviction reminiscent of the Mauricio Pochettino period again. There was ambition. Kane was delighted to be working with one of the best managers in the game, and there was tentative hope he would even sign a new deal.It’s just as well for his options that didn’t happen.Now, it’s as if the inevitability of what Spurs are in 2023 has also negated the effect of the manager Conte is, that it is all returning to the same frustration.

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