Notwithstanding the player being excited about the move, he wound up remaining at Spurs. He has since made a lethargic beginning to the 2021/22 season, neglecting to net in any of his initial six Premier League games.
This has prompted some recommending that Tottenham may have been exceptional off taking the cash, however Paratici was obstinate that the club had settled on the right decision.
"Harry Kane loves Tottenham. We've chosen to keep Harry the previous summer to begin the re-building, and we're content with our decision. There's no need of any new talk with Harry. He realizes how to share the feeling of having a place with Spurs," he said at the Festival dello Sport occasion.
Paratici likewise set aside effort to handle inquiries regarding various forthcoming new signings. Tottenham have been connected with Inter pair Milan Skriniar and Marcelo Brozovic as bits of hearsay swell with regards to the Nerazzurri's proceeding with monetary issues.
"Tales around about Milan Skriniar to Spurs are not exact. We're not attempting to sign Marcelo Brozovic, he's Inter player and it's not so much as a point for us."
One more player Tottenham have been tipped to take action for is free-scoring Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic - who will be accessible on a free in the late spring subsequent to turning down the club's agreement offer.
"Dusan Vlahovic is valued by many clubs, it's not unexpected - he's not in our arrangements, until further notice," he added.
"I'm not going to talk about Dusan Vlahovic as he's under agreement with Fiorentina… and furthermore on the grounds that we've Harry Kane who's the best place striker on the planet."
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