Antonio Conte offers Harry Kane contract update as defender transfer saga solved
Japhet Tanganga looks on course to stay at Tottenham past Thursday’s transfer cutoff time,. The defender has been vigorously connected with a transition to Serie A before, with both AC Milan and Roma named as likely admirers.
Nottingham Forest were likewise enthusiastic about an arrangement for Tanganga however t the player inclined to tie down a transition to the San Siro on the off chance that he left Hotspur Way.
at this stage, have as of now impeded a potential summer exit and he’s set to remain until further notice.
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Tottenham Hotspur forward Richarlison has mercilessly hit back at analysis of his showing-off during his side’s 2-0 Premier League win over Nottingham Forest. He got the ball on the wing before flicking it up with the beyond his right boot and shuffling it.
Richarlison then, at that point, gave the ball to a partner, yet not before Brennan Johnson rattled the Brazilian. Shockingly, the episode created all in all a ruckus, with the striker under some weighty analysis.
On Monday, former Liverpool midfielder Didi Hamann tweeted: “Nothing to do with showing-off. Ought to have been reserved for unsportsmanlike lead and restarted with a free kick to Forest.”
However, Richarlison concluded he wasn’t having any of it, mercilessly answering to the former Germany international. Close by a crying emoticon, his short reaction just peruses: “Cry more.”
Antonio Conte was tested on Harry Kane’s agreement circumstance in front of Tottenham’s midweek clash with West Ham. The striker sees his agreement at Hotspur Way terminate in 2024.
“I must be straightforward with you: I don’t have any idea, I have hardly any familiarity with this present circumstance, I don’t have the foggiest idea about the subtleties, truly, truly,” the Italian said. “You realize we are discussing a significant player for Tottenham.
“Furthermore, the craving of everyone into the club is [for Kane] to keep on remaining with Tottenham, to sign another agreement. In any case, if you were to get some information about the subtleties, about data, I can’t respond to you.”