Peterborough United chairman Darragh MacAnthony has said that Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal would love to sign Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur.






Darragh MacAnthony has said on talkSPORT that for £100 million, Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane would be a bargain signing for any club, including Arsenal.

MacAnthony, though, has noted that because of the bitter North London rivalry between Arsenal and Tottenham, Kane will not switch from Spurs to the Gunners.

The Times has reported that Tottenham are ready to sell Kane in the summer if he does not sign a new contract.

Spurs have offered the £200,000-a-week (TalkSPORT) striker a new contract worth £400,000 per week.

Kane still wants to leave, according to the report.

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is looking for £100 million for the England international striker.

Bayern Munich have had two bids for Kane rejected already this summer, while Manchester United also hold an interest in Kane.

The Peterborough chairman noted about Kane, as transcribed by TBR: “He’s a bargain at £100 million for any top-four side.

Let’s be honest, if there wasn’t such a rivalry between Spurs and Arsenal, Arsenal would be writing a cheque.

“Stan Kroenke and his son mean business, they’re winning titles all over the world with all their franchises. Arsenal need a Kane.

“If Kane was in Arsenal’s team, that title race would now go the other way – it would be Arsenal winning the league.”

Harry Kane won’t leave Tottenham Hotspur for Arsenal

In our opinion, Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is not going to join Arsenal anytime soon.

No way.

Kane loves Spurs and is a legend of the club.

The striker would never even think of moving to Arsenal and damaging his legacy at Spurs.

However, there is no doubt that Kane would make Arsenal a much better and more potent team upfront.

After all, Kane is one of the best strikers in the world and is at the top of his game.

The England international is a prolific goalscorer.

Kane has scored 213 goals and given 46 assists in 320 appearances in the Premier League so far in his career.


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