Harry Kane more or less handed a diplomatically desperate transfer request to the Tottenham hierarchy during a candid interview with Gary Neville.
Football transfers often take place inside boardrooms and away from the light of the media but sometimes things get ugly and out in the open when a player is denied his favoured move by the parent club as was the case with the transfers of Raheem Sterling, Philippe Coutinho, Thibaut Courtois etc.
It seems Harry Kane’s transfer rollout is at a similar stage as the Spurs striker used a tactic quite often used by superagent Mino Raiola to meet the demands of his clients.
Although Kane admitted that he isn’t desperate to do anything hasty, the 27-year-old underlined his ulterior motives by talking about having a second career of about 7-8 years and more or less put himself on the market by setting a £100m price tag on himself during the interview.
It was quite a bold move from Harry Kane considering that usually these comments to the media are made by the agents and not the players themselves.
Check out the interview below –