Chris Waddle believes that the financial instability surrounding football this season will see Harry Kane staying at Tottenham Hotspur for one more season.
Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham has been in doubt since his “personal ambitions” comments during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Following Spurs’ recent results seeing them drop out of the running for a place in next seasons European competition talk of Kane looking for the exit door have resurfaced.
However, given the financial impact, the recent lockdown has had on football, it remains to be seen if anyone would be willing to match Daniel Levy’s 200 million Pound valuation of the England striker.
Former Spurs winger Chris Waddle believes that Kane may be forced to stick it out with the Lillywhites for another season.
Speaking to Racing Post, Waddle said:
“It has been an unsettled year but I get the feeling Kane may give it another season at Tottenham and then take a long look at his options.”
“It’s a big year now the Euros have been rearranged and it could take 12 months for everything to settle down and for clubs to have a good look at their finances.”
“The stupid money is just not going to be about.”
“So Harry could bide his time but he will want to see things improve in the meantime, and then where will Spurs be?”
“They will be back to being a club who might finish fourth or might finish seventh and will be seen as one that sells its best players.”
Real Madrid have just cashed in on Achraf Hakimi, will Los Blancos be affected by the finacial struggles hitting other clubs.