Harry Kane opens up on his failed Manchester City move

Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur during the Premier League match
Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur during the Premier League match

The Tottenham striker tried his best to force out a move this summer but to no avail in the end.

Tottenham striker Harry Kane has finally reflected on his failed Manchester City transfer move in the summer transfer window.

The English striker’s future was subject to speculation after he had revealed his desire to leave Spurs to enjoy more trophies.

Manchester City appeared as the sole suitors as they were ready to break the bank for his signing.

However, Tottenham remained firm on their stance to not let him go at any cost, much to the dismay of the 28-year-old.

Kane also became visibly frustrated as he believed there had been a gentle agreement with the club for his departure this summer.

In the aftermath, Kane, who appeared only as a substitute in the game against Wolves, was received with jeers from Spurs fans.

However, the Three Lions international later issued a statement through Twitter, stating that he would continue at Spurs this season.

Now, Kane believes his reputation hasn’t been damaged after all these happenings: “I have said before fans are entitled to their opinion. 

“Obviously sometimes they don’t get the full story of what’s going on, but from my point of view I have got a clear conscience, and I [have] just got to keep doing what I do.”

Kane added: “there is going to be noise around certain situations” involving a “high-level sportsman”.

“I think the best players and the players who handle that the best are the ones who manage to have great careers.

“I know there is a lot of talk going on and there are a lot of questions being asked, but I stay focused on what I need to do.

“Obviously, everything that went on with the club is between me and the club and that’s the way it will stay.”

Kane made his first full start of the season for Spurs in the 1-0 win against Watford.