Harry Kane will stay with Tottenham Hotspur after all. The star striker announced this on Twitter.
Kane wrote on his Twitter profile: “It was amazing to see the Spurs fans greet me on Sunday and read some of the messages they supported me on over the past few weeks.”
Then Kane added: “I will be staying at Tottenham this summer and I will be 100 percent focused on helping the team to be successful.”
Rumors have been circulating for months that Kane would like to leave the club. He himself had this in a conversation with Gary Neville sky indicated in May.
Most recently, Kane did not take part in training at the beginning of August and was not in the squad for the Spurs’ first game of the season against Arsenal (1-0). Last Sunday, however, the team’s captain was back on the bench during a visit to Wolverhampton Wanderers (1-0) and was finally substituted in in the second half.
Until recently, Manchester City in particular should have been interested in signing the national player – and that even after the multi-million dollar transfer from Jack Grealish. For this summer, however, these efforts are off the table. Kane’s contract with the London club runs until 2024.