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Glenn Hoddle wouldn’t blame Harry Kane if he left Tottenham – just like he did.
Speaking on his latest podcast, he said: “I don’t think anyone will blame Harry if he moves now, if he says he wants to win the silver trophy elsewhere and the offer. suitable recommendations were there.
“I think he’s the one who will make that decision and Spurs will have to get the best deal possible. But it will be a crushing blow.
“Losing a quality player like Kane would be a setback for any club.
“I don’t know if it is in Tottenham’s hands or not.
“I think it was Harry Kane’s decision at the end of the day, to put his foot down and say he wanted to go somewhere else and win trophies.
“There are only a few clubs that can afford him, that’s his problem. There may be a small game of chess. “
Meanwhile, Sam Allardyce calls for a complete overhaul of the ‘joke’, VAR this summer – and wants managers and players to have a say!
Referee Simon Hooper was forced to remove a legitimate goal from West Brom’s Mbaye Diagne, after the Premier League bosses revealed their cameras had been obscured and the striker could not be detected. !
When asked if he thought the game was in danger of becoming a joke, Allardyce replied: “I’m afraid so.
“VAR reflection can be done at the end of the season and all parties should have input that has an influence on how the VAR proceeds.
“It needs to come from the PFA, the LMA, the Premier League and the FA. Too many of us have not been given a chance to show how to make it better.
“The decision was wrong. We chose the angle – there are at least 16 cameras here and we have a clear angle on our screen – they made the wrong decision because of human error.”
“Everyone on Sky, BBC, radio, they all said it was a bloody goal!”
And finally, Paris Saint-Germain is expected to sign Jadon Sancho if star striker Kylian Mbappe does not sign a new contract.
Mbappe’s current deal with the French champions – whom he joined in August 2017 – will expire next summer.
The French international has flirted with leaving the Parc des Princes and showing no signs of his commitment to his long-term future with the Parisians.
And with Mbappe not making his future intentions public, The Athletic claims PSG has identified England international Sancho as a replacement for the World Cup champions.
PSG’s interest in signing Sancho will be a blow to the big names of the Premier League, Manchester United.
The Red Devils have long admired the 21-year-old, whom they tried to sign last summer and are believed to still be interested in getting his service.