Gamble and blame .. How does the Harry Kane deal affect Man City?

Gamble and blame .. How does the Harry Kane deal affect Man City?

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Gamble and blame .. How does the Harry Kane deal affect Man City?

The season began with Manchester City losing 1-0 to Tottenham in the absence of Harry Kane in London, and Pep Guardiola’s team was sorely missing a striker like the English top scorer.

English newspapers do not stop in their daily reports about Harry Kane’s possible move to Manchester City, and Tottenham has so far rejected the heavenly club’s offers to win the English Golden Boot last season.


Ian Cheesman, who works for Manchester City’s media system, sees Tottenham playing something like gambling with the English Premier League champions.

Ian said in an interview with Sky News Arabia: “I think the Harry Kane deal is still possible for Manchester City, but Tottenham play poker and gamble to increase their winnings, and in the end City will get what they want.”

English reports indicated that Manchester City raised its offer to 125 million pounds for Harry Kane this summer, but the Tottenham administration has not yet agreed.

deal effect

At the beginning of the negotiations with Tottenham, City opened the door to exchanging players, by moving one or more players from the heavenly team to Tottenham as part of the Harry Kane deal to reduce the huge financial compensation.

But it seems that the matter has caused a state of unhappiness among some of the players in the list of coach Pep Guardiola, where Ian comments: “I don’t know if Pep lost control of the team or not, but the obvious fact is that there is more than one unhappy player in the team.” .

And Ian added, “Raheem Sterling is not happy in City now, and Bernardo Silva also wants to leave, which is the same position as French defender Aymeric Laporte.”

Reports indicated that Raheem Sterling, Bernardo Silva, Gabriel Jesus and Riyad Mahrez were included in the Harry Kane deal, which angered some players.

And Chaesman concluded, “What is happening makes me wonder about something else apart from the Harry Kane deal. Is the lack of happiness for the players a kind of blaming the coach for Guardiola for losing the Champions League final?”

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