'Don't talk': TalkSPORT pundit left fuming after what he's heard manager saying about 28-year-old Spurs player
The comments have also angered TalkSPORT pundit Jamie O’Hara and he was left fuming over Nagelsmann’s comments on Kane.
“He is very expensive. He is strong with the ball, strong body – but at that price it is really difficult. We will have to see what happens in the future,” he said.
O’Hara fuming after Naglesmann’s Kane comments
Speaking on TalkSPORT, former Spurs man Jamie O’Hara was also furious over Nagelsmann’s comments on Kane and said the striker isn’t leaving this summer.
“Mind your own business! Nothing to do with you (Nagelsmann), not your player, you’re not in for him, he’s not for sale,” he said.
“I can’t stand managers that do this. Harry Kane isn’t for sale, isn’t going to Bayern Munich. Don’t talk about our players.”
TalkSPORT presenter Laura Woods made the case that Nagelsmann had probably been asked a question on the topic, but O’Hara disagreed.
“Yeah, but why ask the question? He should say ‘yeah, very good player, not my player’.”
Woods then asked O’Hara if Kane did make the move, would he win trophies at Bayern quicker than he would win something at Spurs.
Ally McCoist jokingly chipped in and said ‘And what will be the answer to that? Yes!”
But O’Hara is adamant that Kane will not be leaving Tottenham anytime soon.
He added: “He’s not going anywhere, he’s happy, he’s scoring goals. We’ve got Conte, the team’s flying, this is the most exciting season in a long time at Spurs have had.
“Why is there Harry Kane chat? Why have we got another manager from another country talking about not knowing how much he is. Well, it’s because he’s not for sale.”
It’s clear that the former Spurs man isn’t happy about Nagelsmann’s comments and Conte seems to agree.
With Conte seemingly happy and Spurs heading in the right direction, it seems highly unlikely that Kane will be leaving anytime soon.
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