Incoming Pochettino 1 million per cent wants £100 million star signed for Chelsea

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Mauricio Pochettino would 1 million per cent like to have Harry Kane join him at CHELSEA, Sky Sports reporter Dharmesh Sheth

The Tottenham striker is one of the best in the world – and it is widely believed that this will be his last season at Spurs as he strives to challenge for titles, and maybe win a few before he hangs up his boots.

There has been some links to Manchester United and Bayern Munich in recent weeks – but recent reports has tipped the Englishman to make the move to Chelsea, where he would be linking up with former boss Mauricio Pochettino.

Now – amid all the speculation that the former Spurs coach is interested in taking Kane to Stamford Bridge – Reporter Iomie Stanley has claimed that Pochettino would want Harry Kane at Chelsea for next season.

Stanley said: “ Mauricio Pochettino would want Harry Kane. He helped mould the Englishman into the striker that he is today.

CHELSEA have the money to pay Daniel Levy the money that he desires – but we simply cannot see Kane making that decision because he is a proper Spurs boy.

‘It will be interesting to see just where the striker ends up in the summer – but we simply cannot see the England striker making the move to Chelsea to link up with Pochettino.

‘But we fully believe that Pochettino 1 million per cent will try to get Ted Boehly to make a move for the forward – he has too.

‘Chelsea need a striker like Kane – The Spurs man will have more chances to win trophies with the Blues, depsite their poor season this campaign – it is a move that Kane will seriously consider.

‘Levy will be a big issues in this deal – this will be talked about all transfer season we are sure.’


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