Robinson slam's Kane body language after second-half Tottenham display
Paul Robinson has claimed Tottenham striker Harry Kane’s body language has not looked right in the early stages of the season.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the former White Hart Lane number one suggested the 28-year-old does not want to be at the club.
Kane was the subject of two failed bids in excess of £100million from Manchester City in the summer window.
The England captain was desperate to move to the Etihad but Spurs chairman Daniel Levy refused to be pressured into a sale.
Speaking to Sky Sports after Spurs lost to Chelsea on Sunday, Gary Neville said Kane’s “despondent” display would have “alarm bells” ringing in north London.
Robinson insisted Kane will be “more frustrated” than anyone about his start to the Premier League campaign.
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“His body language in the second half of the game against Chelsea wasn’t right,” he told Football Insider‘s Dylan Childs.
“It did not look right. He was looking around like, ‘What am I still doing here playing with this lot?’
“He must look at the Etihad and the chances the likes of Riyad Mahrez, Kevin De Bruyne and Jack Grealish are creating and be envious.
“At Spurs, he is having to drop deep just to get involved in the game.
“Trust me, nobody will be more frustrated with Kane’s lack of goals and touches than himself.”
Kane did get back among the goals in the EFL Cup on Wednesday night as Spurs progressed on penalties after a 2-2 draw with Wolves.
He scored Tottenham’s second after 23 minutes.