Tottenham fans fear Man Utd transfer target Harry Kane will be sold in summer after club’s pre-season tour announcement
TOTTENHAM fans have been left with renewed fears that Harry Kane could be set to leave the club after a pre-season tour announcement.
The future of Spurs’ record goal-scorer is set to dominate transfer talk over the next few months as Kane enters the final year of his contract.
GettyTottenham are likely to command a huge fee for Kane if he were to depart this summer[/caption]
The 29-year-old is one of the most accomplished strikers in the world – but has yet to win a major trophy after breaking into Spurs’ first-team almost a decade ago.
He is now being pursued by huge clubs like Manchester United and Bayern Munich with both sides being in need of a top-quality striker.
And any Tottenham fans in need of some reassurance that their legendary frontman will stay in North London did not quite receive it as the club released information about their pre-season tour.
Spurs will play rivals West Ham in Perth in mid-July as part of their money-spinning summer arrangements.
The club’s tweet announcing the friendly featured images of Richarlison, Son Heung-min and Christian Romero.
Fans could not help but notice that their talisman and poster boy Kane was missing from the image, sparking fears he might not even be a Spurs player by the time the game comes around.
One said on Twitter: “Yea Kane is defo gone by the summer.”
While another fearful fan said: “Um Admin, where is Harry?”
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Spurs’ tweet has no photo of Harry Kane
And another person asked: “And why no Harry pic?”
And another supporter tweeted: “Oh no… Kane is not in the picture.”
Kane has often been front and centre of Tottenham‘s promotional materials in recent years as he continued to produce outstanding seasons at the club.
He is enjoying another brilliant campaign with 21 Premier League goals to his name already with 10 games remaining.
His best league goal-scoring season came in 2017-18 when he reached 30 Prem strikes.