Harry Kane is an all round striker, as he can play penalties, he can score free kicks and he also plays with experience.
Chelsea have been linked with the signature of the England International striker as the blues are in serious search of a new striker, since summer signing Timo Werner have failed to live up to expectations at the bridge so far.
Amid Chelsea links to signing Harry Kane, Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel have said something about Harry Kane and Tottenham Hostpurs as well. The German said; "He(Kane) is a fantastic player. The only problem is that he is playing for a club that usually treats the cup final as a champions league final".
Thomas Tuchel's words might sound like an insult to the North London club, and Tottenham Hostpurs might not take his words so likely.
What do you think of this Chelsea fans, would you want to see Harry Kane at Chelsea next season? And what do you think of Thomas Tuchel's words? Let's have your say in the comment box below.
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