Thomas Tuchel speaks out on Harry Kane with Chelsea in race to sign Tottenham star


Thomas Tuchel speaks out on Harry Kane with Chelsea in race to sign Tottenham star

Thomas Tuchel maintains that there isn't a manager in the world who wouldn't want to work with Harry Kane if Chelsea were to sign the wanted-by Tottenham striker. 

The England captain confirmed this week that he intends to leave Tottenham Hotspur at the end of the season in order to further his career. 

Manchester United is believed to have made an approach to Spurs, while Kane himself has indicated a desire to join Manchester City, recently revealing he would relish the opportunity to play alongside Kevin de Bruyne. 


Tuchel is a huge fan of the 27-year-old, and Chelsea is one of the clubs involved in him.

‘If you find any coach in the world who does not want Harry Kane in his squad, please contact me again,' Tuchel said. 

‘I'd like to talk with him and learn about his scoring and offensive strategies.' Everyone adores Harry Kane, but let's be clear: he is a Tottenham Hotspur player.

‘He has a long-term deal, and we will not participate in any press conference with insulting remarks regarding that.' 

Chelsea is allegedly able to sell a variety of players in order to entice Tottenham to do business with them. 

Tammy Abraham and Kepa Arrizabalaga are rumored to be among those involved, but Spurs are wary of doing business with their London rivals.

Chelsea has made recruiting a center forward one of their top priorities this summer, and they are still interested in signing Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund. Former player Romelu Lukaku is also reported to be on the club's radar. 

Meanwhile, Kane is said to be 'disillusioned' at Tottenham, with club chairman Daniel Levy struggling to persuade him of the club's goals and strategy. 

‘I want to be in the biggest games.' This season, I'm watching the Champions League and the English teams doing incredible things, and those are the games I want to be a part of,' Kane said to Sky Sports this week. 

'I'm at a point in my career where I need to reflect and assess where I'm at.' Ultimately, it will come down to me, how I feel, and what is best for me and my future.'


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