Tottenham star 'loves La Liga' but faces tough financial decision, claims Guillem Balague
Guillem Balague has tipped Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane to potentially move to Real Madrid or Barcelona, albeit for less money, after the Englishman professed his love for La Liga.
In an interview with the Evening Standard, the football expert claimed that during some conversations with the £200k-p/w center-forward, he got the feeling the ace loves the Spanish top-flight.
Kane wants to leave the north London outfit in the summer transfer window with reports claiming he’s told the club of his decision to move on this summer.
In an interview with Gary Neville, the England international seemingly hinted at his intentions by claiming he was in charge of his destiny and not Spurs CEO Daniel Levy.
When commenting on the potential of seeing Kane in Spain, Balague said: “I know from Harry, I’ve spoken to him a few times about this, I think he would love to play in LaLiga. He’s one of those players, at his age, he started watching LaLiga when LaLiga started being a big product in the UK.”
“I think he is in love with it. Quite clearly when you are right at the top, or perhaps there is one more step to make, you want to stay there, and Real Madrid and Barcelona would be obviously the places he will like to join.”
TBR View: Kane’s destiny seems to be drifting further away from Spurs
As the days turn into months, it seems the club’s star player seems to be drifting further and further away from north London.
Kane has made his intentions clear through various means and to attempt to keep him at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium would be a provocative move from Daniel Levy.
It would only anger the striker, who in his interview with Sky Sports’ Neville made it abundantly clear he controls his future and not the club’s chief executive. Those sort of comments hint that the 28-year-old is willing to force through a move should it come to that.
And whilst those sort of moves would be disappointing from a player, who has built up a reputation and relationship with the Spurs faithful, it’s totally understandable.
Kane produced one of his more outstanding seasons this campaign and is playing at a higher level than the team can offer him. A move is on the card, and accepting a lesser offer from the financially-stricken two La Liga giants could soften the blow of losing the side’s talisman.
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