Tottenham Hotspur are making a number of moves to take control of the transfer window.
Spurs didn’t get a passing grade in the 2022-23 season. They curiously aimed to escape relegation under Antonio Conte, but it didn’t happen. A seven-match unbeaten run at the start of the season suggested that hopes were being realized, but a loss to Sporting saw them slip into a slump that lasted until the end of the season. Conte didn’t even make it to the end of his contract, and Spurs finished eighth in the league and irrelevant.
As such, there were high hopes for a rebound in the new season. Conte’s position was filled by Enze Postecoglou, who had just won the Domestic Treble with Celtic. He also added to his squad with the signings of James Maddison, Guglielmo Vicario, and Manor Solomon.
While the team is actively preparing for the new season, there’s one question that hasn’t been resolved yet. The future of “Ace” Kane. With one year left on his contract, Kane’s future with Tottenham is still unclear.
Kane is a living legend at Tottenham and one of the best players of all time. He has all the tools you need as a striker, and in recent years, he’s been at his best as a playmaker. He’s been leading Tottenham’s offense for nearly a decade, and even last season, when most of the forward line struggled, he still managed to score 30 league goals. 토토사이트
His individual career is equally spectacular. He is Tottenham Hotspur’s all-time leading goalscorer, passing Jimmy Greaves, and is second all-time if you expand the scope to the English Premier League (EPL).
But no trophies. Despite his long tenure at Tottenham, he hasn’t lifted a single trophy. He finished second in the league and runner-up in the UEFA Champions League (UCL). The chances were there, but they all fell to their knees on the brink of victory.
Kane’s desire to win only intensified. Eventually, in 2021, he began to be linked to transfer rumors in earnest. First, Manchester City. They were looking to add a striker to their squad and saw Kane as a good fit.
However, it ended in failure. This was due to the stubborn attitude of chairman Daniel Levy. The club maintained a ‘no sale’ stance, despite heavy temptation from City. In the end, the two clubs were unable to find a compromise and the negotiations ended in a stalemate.