Manchester City to make new offering by Harry Kane, says broadcaster – 11/13/2021

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Manchester City have not yet included striker Harry Kane in their squad. The English club is set to launch another attack by the 28-year-old, after he was offered a million dollars for the player at the start of the season and Tottenham rejected the offer. According to ESPN, coach Pep Guardiola is still on the hunt for the center forward and sees Kane as the right option.

In an attack by City at the start of the season, the English forward was persuaded to accept and even asked to be released by Tottenham, something that did not end there. Even though he started the European season on a poor note, Kane maintained his good moments at the club and has already scored seven goals in 16 official games he has played.

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However, according to press reports in the United Kingdom, the arrival of coach Antonio Conte at Tottenham changed the opinion of Harry Kane, who now sees staying as a positive. Including, the coach will play a key role in Harry Kane’s maintenance process ahead of another investment in Manchester City. It is worth remembering that the attacker does not have a termination fine and thus, City will only get his release if Tottenham so desire.

Despite scoring seven goals this season, Kane has scored only one goal in English football’s elite, the Premier League. The striker’s goal came in the 8th round in a 3–2 win over Newcastle, away from home, on 17 October. The player’s best performance has been in the newly created Conference League, where he has already scored five goals.

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Harry Kane was called up again for England selection and scored three goals in a 5-0 draw against Albania in the European Qualifiers last Friday (12). England lead Group I and need a simple draw next Monday (15) against San Marino to take a straight spot in the World Cup in Qatar.

About the author: Sarah Gracie

Sarahis a reporter covering Amazon. She previously covered tech and transportation, and she broke stories on Uber's finances, self-driving car program, and cultural crisis. Before that, she covered cybersecurity in finance. Sarah's work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Politico, and the Houston Chronicle.

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