Harry Kane was not in action as his Tottenham side faced a challenging task against Manchester City at home on Sunday.
Expectations were high prior to this game as to whether he (Kane) would future against his likely suitors Manchester City.
And his absence has caused a major rhetorics’ that would be under review in the coming days despite his side 1-0 win at the Tottenham Stadium.
These questions will continue to linger on until Harry Kane’s future is sorted out in reality. Following Tottenham Hotspurs 1-0 success over League favourites Manchester City, we evaluate these three questions even as Spurs claimed a 1-0 win.
Is Harry Kane Manchester City Bound?
The England skippers’ (Kane) absence may have told another story as it pertains to his future along with this Nuno Espirito Santos’ Tottenham side.
It looks like a move to the Etihad Stadium is on the card for the Spurs hitman as his absence may have suggested in the Manchester City debacle.
Though a lot of things may not be crystal clear at the moment concerning his future, it seems that Harry Kane’s days at Tottenham are numbered.
Will he get to feature again for the Londoners as the move to the Etihad Stadium continues to pop up in the English media.
Should Tottenham sign another striker?
Tottenham would do a good job to sign a new striker as uncertainty surrounds Harry Kane’s stance at the club.
If they are to do so, they should go for a striker with Premier League experience as it could aid their course in the League this season.
That could be attainable for Spurs though they are said to be linked to the signature of Salernitana bound striker Simy Nwankwo from Crotone.
The Nigerian striker Simy finished last season in Serie A with 20 goals but his side was relegated to Serie B.
That record he’s had is prompting the Londoners with some interest in the player.
But the Nigerian could favour a move to Italy while this should leave Spurs gunning for a Premier League marksman for the season.
Can Min-Son replace Harry Kane?
The South Korean international was pivotal to Spurs success over Manchester City in their season opener on Sunday. He was deployed as a false number nine by new manager Espirito Santos for that game.
And he responded with the goal which could be prompting the saying he could step into the shoes of the unsettled striker Harry Kane at the club.
But that would be asking too much from the Asian Superstar as his style of play is entirely different from that of central striker Harry Kane.
Even though Son can score goals but it’s more preferable to get a typical replica of Harry Kane’s figure as a replacement for the club if Kane eventually leaves in the Summer.