Kane may ramp up Tottenham exit plan amid Paratici comments - Kenny
Harry Kane may ramp up his efforts to quit Tottenham after the European Championship final on Sunday.
That is according to ex-Premier League goalkeeper Paddy Kenny, speaking exclusively to Football Insider after Kane was on target as England beat Denmark 2-1 to set up a meeting with Italy in the tournament showpiece.
That comes after Spurs director Fabio Paratici was quoted by Sky in Italy on 5th July as saying: “Keeping [Kane] is not just my goal, it’s our goal as a club.”
Kane has now netted four times for Gareth Southgate’s side at the Euros and will be desperate to win the first silverware of his career on Sunday.
This site revealed in April that Kane, whose contract runs until 2024, told friends that he wants to quit Spurs amid concerns about the club’s ambition.
But Kenny doubts that winning the Euros would be enough to satiate the 27-year-old’s lust for trophies and compel him to stay at Spurs.
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“He might be content with just winning the Euros but I doubt it,” he told Football Insider correspondent Adam Williams.
“He might already have had his mind made up and be ready to push hard for an exit after the Euros.
“As it stands at the minute, he wants to leave to win trophies. Is he really gonna think Spurs are going to win anything this season? I’d be surprised if they do.
“Will he have more chance of winning a trophy if he goes to City? You’d say probably yes.
“They’d be delighted to see him stay but I think he’ll push for a move even if England do win the Euros. He’s off, I think.“