Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has confirmed that he will be staying at the club this summer, ending Manchester City’s chances of signing him.
In Kane’s short statement, published on Twitter, he pledged his immediate future to his boyhood team and prevented the transfer saga from dragging into the final days of the transfer window.
The England captain made his first appearance of the season in Spurs’ trip to Wolves last weekend and referenced the support and reception he received from the travelling fans in his message.
Ultimately, Kane was never in control of his destiny because of the contract he signed in 2018.
How not to force a transfer.
But could Spurs have done with the money than a player who has tried to leave?
What about Daniel Levy?
Spurs fans already prepared to forgive and forget.