Tottenham put extraordinary price on Kane

  • Tottenham put extraordinary price on Kane

Tottenham put extraordinary price on Kane

Pochettino pointed to Philippe Coutinho's move to Barcelona, as an example of the lure of Spain's top clubs. We already know, via quotes from Pochettino himself, that Levy is working on improved terms for Alderweireld (and that fans need to stop with the Toby-related collective freak-out). Then the player needs to choose to stay here.

As a team, Wimbledon have only scored 24 goals, with Harry Kane netting just six less in the Premier League having played three fewer games.

"I think Harry is this type of a player who can stay all his career at Tottenham because he loves Tottenham". It's so important to work on the human side, to try to create a project where the players feel comfortable and happy to be with you.

Spurs host League One strugglers AFC Wimbledon on Sunday, knowing the tournament represents their most realistic chance of winning silverware for the first time since 2008.

"But in football you can not be sure".

Enter Miguel Delaney and the Independent, who writes that Tottenham Hotspur are ready to reward Harry Kane and Toby Alderweireld with new contracts!

Wimbledon had proved stubborn opposition until a Moussa Sissoko cross found Kane who slid in to prod the ball home.

Kane netted again two minutes later with a close-range finish from a Walker-Peters pass, to put a real dent in the Dons' confidence, while the match was over as a contest when Vertonghen dispossessed Lyle Taylor and fired in a long-range deflected strike. That made me chuckle.

Mauricio Pochettino insists they will do all they can to keep Kane in north London and the striker has over four years left on his contract so no doubt it would take well in excess of £150m to tempt them in to a sale. "When I saw the team-sheet I thought it was a wind-up because I couldn't believe Kane was playing".