'Stop with the soap opera': Spurs fans frustrated at latest Kane and Pochettino reports
Spurs fans have been reacting on Twitter today after reports suggested Mauricio Pochettino could ask Harry Kane to stay put if he joins.
The Sun claims Pochettino will make a plea with Kane to give it one more season in north London. That is, of course, if the current PSG boss does complete a sensational return to Spurs.
A number of reports this week have suggested Spurs are looking to reach an agreement which would see Pochettino return. However, conflicting reports also suggest PSG will not let their man go just yet.
Obviously, the future of Harry Kane is going to be massive for any incoming Spurs boss. They’ll want to know if the main man is staying put and if he is, then how long for.
Spurs fans discuss Harry Kane and Pochettino talk
Talk of Pochettino potentially convincing Kane to stay has, surprisingly, not got too many fans excited on Twitter. In fact, a lot of the comments on the issue seem to suggest a fanbase getting sick of what one has termed a ‘soap opera’.
With that, here’s a look at what some Spurs fans have had to say on the whole Harry Kane and Pochettino issue.
This should be the documentary season
— Ryan Keena (@Ryan_k0707) May 29, 2021
Sorry Man, I think Mr Conte has more ability to have Kane to stay. Kane already feel enough of not winning under Pocher.
— Leng Long Wong (@LengLong258) May 29, 2021
Stop with the soap opera storyline.
— LeT it sNow (@GigadrillSantos) May 29, 2021
Any reasonable coach would. Dfkm
— Uncle Anesthesia (@Ihxchi) May 29, 2021
He could ask… Kane has assessed the situation and will answer poch, levy or conti et al the same way
— Shedboy (@Shedboy18) May 29, 2021
Pochettino isn’t winning anything on his first return. Conte can make that request, not Poch.
Poch would literally need the Kane money for any rebuild.
— Somebody’s Daddy (@mister_olumide) May 29, 2021
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