Many Tottenham fans on Twitter have reacted with a mixture of anger and bemusement to reports of a contract dispute between the club and star striker Harry Kane.
The Sun claimed on Monday that talks with Kane had been shelved, with the striker apparently concerned that his loyalty was not reflected in the terms on the table.
Some Spurs supporters laid the blame at chairman Daniel Levy and called for the club’s wage structure to be broken in order to keep Kane at the club.
— mark pawley (@tuckers35) November 14, 2016
Typical Levy- won’t pay out for Kane’s wages to match Moussa Sissoko’s!
— Jason Marquis (@thebigjase) November 14, 2016
— JÆ. (@JaeDavies23) November 14, 2016
— Sam Lilywhite (@sam_lilywhite) November 14, 2016
— bob plane (@planey10) November 14, 2016
Harry Kane and Tottenham broke talks of a new contract huh? We’re really gonna do this?
— Dilla (@E_Dilla) November 14, 2016
Kane could be on £200k a week at many other clubs & Levy ain’t giving him what Sissoko earns … FFS
Our only FWD for 2 going on 3 years
— glory glory (@gloryglorytott) November 14, 2016
But others backed Levy (pictured below) to do the right thing if the impasse continued.
Kane represents everything this young Spurs side stands for under Pochettino, Levy not stupid enough to undervalue his worth to club.#THFC
— Ricky Sacks (@RickSpur) November 14, 2016
Is there anyone who actually believes Daniel Levy wouldn’t do anything and everything to keep hold of the current symbol of the club?
— ㅤ (@Youngerweireld) November 14, 2016
Apparent stand off in contract talks with Spurs and Kane.Surprised if Levy wont budge for arguably our best player.Big team=big contracts
— Spurs News (@BlogSpurs) November 14, 2016