Manchester City makes a new offer for Harry Kane, according to the announcer – 11/13/2021

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Manchester City has not yet given up on the presence of striker Harry Kane in his team. After a $1 million bid was made for the player at the start of the season and the offer was rejected by Tottenham, the English club are ready to launch another attack by the 28-year-old. According to ESPN, coach Pep Guardiola is still searching for the heart of a striker and sees Kane as an ideal option.

In the attack launched by City at the beginning of the season, the England striker felt convinced that Spurs would accept and asked for his release, which in the end did not happen. Although he started the European season surprisingly, Kane maintained his good moments at the club and already scored seven goals in the 16 official matches he played.

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However, according to press reports in the UK, the arrival of coach Antonio Conte to Tottenham has changed the mind of Harry Kane, who now sees staying as a positive thing. Including, the manager will play a key role in Harry Kane’s maintenance process before another Manchester City investment. It is noteworthy that the striker does not have a termination fine, and therefore, City will not release him unless Tottenham wants to.

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

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Harry Kane was called up again for the England squad and scored three goals in the 5-0 defeat to Albania, last Friday (12), in the European qualifiers. England topped Group A and I need a simple draw next Monday (15), against San Marino, to secure a direct place in the World Cup in Qatar.

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