Speaking on The Kelly & Wright Show, Football pundit Tim Sherwood suggested that there was no chance that Spurs star Harry Kane would join fellow Premier League side Chelsea in the summer transfer window.
Harry Kane openly talked about his desire to move away from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in the summer transfer window, The England international was linked with Premier League champions Manchester City. Manchester City made a reported transfer offer of £100 million for the striker. But the transfer approach was blocked by the club and Daniel Levy. The striker decided to respect the club and stay at the club for the season. But the striker is highly expected to leave the club at the end of the season.
Harry Kane started the season quite slowly after the EURO 2020. But the striker looks on top of form at the moment. Kane has made a total of 42 appearances across all competitions this term. In this time he has recorded 22 goals and six assists. (stats via Transfermarkt)
The Spurs faithful were expecting that the appointment of Antonio Conte as the head coach may convince Harry Kane to sign a new deal at the club. But the striker is still expected to leave the club next summer. Reports suggest that Daniel Levy has put a price tag of £120 million+ on his star striker.
Tim Sherwood’s verdict on Chelsea’s links with Harry Kane
Talking onThe Kelly & Wright Show about the potential of Harry Kane joining Chelsea, Tim Sherwood said:
“He won’t go to Chelsea. He won’t leave Tottenham to go to Chelsea or Arsenal, so it narrows it down to wherever he thinks he can best win,”
Chelsea striker situation
Chelsea have signed two-star signings for big transfer fees in the past two seasons. But both Timo Werner and Romelu Lukaku have struggled in the blue shirt. The return of Romelu Lukau was particularly expected to help the club reach the next level. But things have not gone quite as planned.
Reports suggest that Timo Werner is set to look for a move away from the club in the summer. While Romelu Lukaku is also reported to be planning for a return to his former side Inter Milan. Kai Havertz has filled in the striker boots for Thomas Tuchel’s side in recent times. But the club will certainly look to sign a new striker to lead the line in the summer in the current circumstance.
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