Harry Kane wants Tottenham Hotspur to back manager Antonio Conte
transfer window before deciding on his future at the club.
Kane found himself in the middle of a transfer saga last year as he was close to
leaving White Hart Lane for Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City. However, the deal
didn’t materialize, and the England captain decided to spend the season at Spurs.
The 28-year-old seems happy at the moment and seems open to extending his stay at
the club after Antonio Conte’s arrival in November. Kane believes the Italian manager
can end Tottenham’s trophy drought.
According to The Sun, the star striker wants guarantees from chairman Daniel Levy
that Conte will be backed in the summer to bring in the quality signings he wants at
the club. If Kane feels they aren’t ready to get behind Conte in terms of transfers, the
England captain will look to move on to new pastures.
Both Manchester United and Manchester City are interested in securing Kane’s
signature. Recent reports suggest that the Spurs striker is open to reuniting with
Mauricio Pochettino if the PSG boss takes up the job at Old Trafford.
News of the reported demand made by Harry Kane comes after Antonio Conte
recently aired his frustration over Spurs’ transfer dealings during January.