Following an unsuccessful move to Manchester City, Harry Kane has announced his stay at Tottenham this summer.
Harry Kane took to Twitter and said, "It was incredible to see the reception from the Spurs fans on Sunday and to read some of the messages of support I've had in the last few weeks. I will be staying at Tottenham this summer and will be 100% focused on helping the team achieve success."
Kane came off the bench at Wolves in the Premier League in Saturday's 1-0 win. This marked his first appearance since returning late for pre-season. However, he remains adamant his arrival was due later than his teammates post Euro 2020.
Spurs value Kane over £120m.
Sky Sports News reporter Michael Bridge talked about Harry Kane’s decision to stay at Tottenham and said, "This is the clarity that we all wanted, even Manchester City. Both clubs can move on now, Harry Kane can move on.”
He continued, "With only six days until the end of the window it would not have been long enough for Spurs to get a replacement. A bid never went in which was acceptable from Manchester City for Daniel Levy to ever consider.”
"Tottenham fans accepted from May that it was probably time for Harry Kane to move on - there was no debate about that. What they didn't really accept was the way things were going on. Tottenham fans know that he's a phenomenal striker and he has not won anything, and it hurts him and Tottenham fans. It's time for Harry Kane to knuckle down and move on.”
"Spurs play tomorrow night in the Europa Conference League, I did not think he was going to play but I think he will now because he needs to build up his match fitness. He is going to get the most brilliant ovation,” Michael concluded.