Harry Kane could hand Tottenham biggest transfer boost in a decade after positive Ange talks

Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane is said to have been impressed after his first meeting with Ange Postecoglou.
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Tottenham striker Harry Kane and new boss Ange Postecoglou are reported to have had positive talks after the striker returned for pre-season training on Wednesday.

Kane regarded by many as the best finisher in English football in recent history has a year left on his current contract and reports are that German giants Bayern Munich have already had two offers turned down by Spurs for his services.

Manchester United have picked up from Manchester City who initially made him their prime target before Levy’s strong refusal meant they turned to Norwegian Erling Haaland.

Kane, however, continues to deliver as the ultimate professional despite being an absolute superstar, last season he bagged 30 Premier League goals in a Tottenham side that fell wildly below targets. Only Erling Haaland, the City goal-machine got more.

Ange Postecoglou who has had to deal with more Kane questions since he was appointed as Tottenham boss is reported on Football. London, to have already made a positive impression on Kane, which is not surprising given how impressive he was during his first press conference with the English press.

In the conversation with the press, Ange Postecoglou was quick to highlight why their first meeting was not as mega as most would like to believe because, in his mind, the aim is to build a team that really does depend on itself and not just one individual.

He told the press: “He’s a very important part. He’s one of the premier strikers in the world and I want him involved. My conversation with him will be about how we can make this club successful, and I’ve got no doubts that what he wants as well.

“So within that context, whatever that narrows into the personal stuff around Harry as an individual. If the conversation takes it that way then we’ll take it that way. But I doubt it’s going to be defined in the manner that people think it’s going to be. It’s not going to be a conversation where we walk out of the room and have an understanding.”

Tottenham will depart for their preseason tour of Australia, Singapore and Thailand today as they look to get in shape for what is expected to be an incredibly important first year under a new manager.