Levy slammed for Tottenham 'shambles' as Romano reveals when Kane will return - pundit
Frank McAvennie has slammed Daniel Levy for forcing Harry Kane to take drastic measures over his Tottenham future.
The former West Ham hitman, speaking exclusively to Football Insider, reacted to the latest on Kane’s transfer saga.
On Tuesday morning (3rd August) Fabrizio Romano reported the 28-year-old has failed to turn up training for the second day in a row.
However, around 40 minutes later, Romano reported that Kane will return to training this week.
Romano also stated that discussions over the striker’s future will follow.
The England captain sent waves through the football world by not reporting back for pre-season tests on Monday.
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McAvennie lays the blame for this situation firmly at Daniel Levy’s door.
“Harry shook hands and he’s not getting what he was promised,” McAvennie told Football Insider correspondent Ben Wild.
“He’s downed tools, players shouldn’t do that. He’s not that kind of player so that news surprised me.
“I imagine he’s put his transfer request in and nothing’s happened.
“He’s annoyed. He’s got to go. For the club and himself, he has to go.
“Levy is trying to keep him and saying all this stuff, I know who I believe anyway.
“Levy has a player who’s not happy. Not just any player, it’s his best player.
“He’s playing a funny game and I don’t get it. Would you rather have the money to reinvest or one of the best players in the world not playing?
“It’s a shambles. Kane seems an honourable guy and Levy isn’t that.
“Even if they keep him and play him, his heart isn’t in it. Levy needs to let Kane go with his reputation intact.
“All this shambles is Levy’s mess, not Kane’s.”
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