Tottenham players will be happy if Harry Kane leaves – Pedro Porro
Tottenham Hotspur defender, Pedro Porro, has claimed that Spurs players will be happy if striker Harry Kane leaves the club for Real Madrid this summer.
Kane has been linked with a move away from Tottenham this summer.
The England captain has drawn the interest of Manchester United and Real Madrid.
Many pundits and past players believe Kane has done enough for Tottenham and should leave for a top club where he can win trophies, but the club’s chairman, Daniel Levy, wants him to stay this summer.
Kane’s contract with Tottenham will expire in 2024 and Tottenham need to sell him this summer, or risk losing him for free next year.
Speaking on Kane’s situation, Porro, who only moved to Tottenham from Sporting Lisbon in January, told reporters, as quoted by the Daily Mail: “If [Harry] Kane decides to go to Real Madrid, we will be as happy as he is or more.”
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