‘No thanks’ – Tottenham fans in agreement amid transfer links to former Chelsea striker

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Harry Kane continues to be linked with a Tottenham Hotspur exit.

Kane garnered considerable interest from Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City over the course of the summer after the England captain made it no secret of his desire to win trophies sooner rather than later.

However, Spurs refused to entertain the prospect of any transfer as chairman Daniel Levy proved stubborn before Kane confirmed he would be staying in N17 for the foreseeable future.

Still, the 28-year-old has looked off the pace so far this season, failing to score in any of his six Premier League appearances whilst receiving considerable criticism for performances during defeats against Chelsea and Arsenal.

Now, Italian outlet Tuttosport have claimed that the north London club could sign former Chelsea frontman Alvaro Morata if Kane does end up leaving the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in the coming months.

The report states that Juventus, where Morata is currently on loan, are unlikely to sign the Spanish international on a permanent transfer, leaving Nuno Espirito Santo’s side with a greater chance of bringing the former Real Madrid star back to the Premier League.

A number of Spurs supporters took to social media to urge their club to avoid the 28-year-old, arguing that it would be a poor signing from footballing director Fabio Paratici. Here is how a select few on Twitter reacted to the links.

@McCrackenTweets : “Noooooo THANKS.”

@BeardedCaviar : “We’ve already suffered enough.”

@wotstfu : “im going insane.”

@Franciux1 : “Pls No. Morata is all over the place. Erratic at best.”

@MFirdausAqil : “Sign him and dusan. He can be our backup st.”

@Ndombolo20 : “i dont want any rejects from bigger clubs like icardi or morata sign up and coming strikers like osimhen vlahovic toney or isak.”

@ATHARV81993353 : “I would rather start Parrott as first choice CF than this guy.”

@VuksaTheGoose : “Wrong serie a striker.”

Source by Football London

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