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Kane Of Gold: England Striker Set To Become EPL Most Paid Player

Kane Of Gold: England Striker Set To Become EPL Most Paid Player

All things being equal, Tottenham forward, Harry Kane could become the most Premier League paid player if his deal to Manchester City materialized.

According to reports in England, Pep Guardiola has had a pep talk with the England international, and a deal worth around £160million and a massive £400,00-per-week contract have been agreed.

Spurs have reportedly made a U-turn on their hardline stance and are now willing to sell their prized asset.

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That deal would certainly make the 27-year-old the highest-paid player in Premier League history, doubling his wages.

Interestingly, the 27-year-old would overtake Kevin De Bruyne who currently occupies the top spot on £385,000-a-week at City after penning a contract extension to 2025 back in May.

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Kane has so far played 245 games in the Premier League and has scored 166 goals. That leaves the England international just under a hundred goals shy of Alan Shearer’s Premier League record of 260 goals.

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  • Mahmud Shuaib 2 months ago

    Same oyinbos who arent willing to ‘pay over the odds’ a paltry €25-30mfor a ’26’ years old Onuachu are willing to break the bank for an ‘older’ Kane at 27..lol.

    Make we no de eive ourselves, these oyinbos don ja, dem no mumu again. Dem.know say ’26’ years old Onuachu is as old as atleast 31 years old. Lol

     
    • JimmyBall 2 months ago

      @Mahmud Shuaib… My brother Oyibo know that trick well. They know the least age chopoff from an African footballer’s real age is these days atleast minus 5years… Those guys know our game that’s why they can easily sign our U-17s now directly because they trust MRI scan now… If you want to know why they hardly go for NPFL players is because the age of a player in NPFL is always questionable…

       
      • Ayphillydegreat 2 months ago

        So Jimmy. You know already that the ages of NPFL players are questionable yet you and oga Dare are always clamoring for them to be in the Main SuperEagles Lmao!! Oyinbo don know say the best thing is to recruit from academies and age grade tournaments. To ascertain the real age of the players. At least I’m absolutely certain that for now Iheanacho and Ndidi are not more than 25 or 26 real age because they went through that process. Until the NPFL clubs start having academies it will not attract Oyinbos to buy their players. Lmao!!

         
        • JimmyBall 2 months ago

          …my brother. Forget say I the talk about Ahmed Musa atimes but he is a worthy ambassador of the NPFL… he distinguished himself at a very young age and was fished out… I do not want to believe we don’t have atleast 5players in the NPFL who are still visibly and almost accurately young to emulate Ahmed Musa… there is a young fulani boy who paired Oladoye in midfield from Nasarawa united last Ladan Bosso U-20 that did not make it to Mauritania… I will never back any old NPFL player… but those are still young can be encouraged… we can get good quality who even if they have reduced their age will be around Anayo Iwuala age bracket… We just need to be sincere with scouting…

           
        • Mahmud Shuaib 2 months ago

          I agree on Academies/age grade point. Lol

          Even at that our boys still dey add age cos MRI for 15 yrs will still work for some 20 yrs olds! (Average ranges). But of course better than years of yore when late Keshi mate Osondu dey play U17 in 1987 wey him friend was Green Eagles captain. Lol

           
      • Mahmud Shuaib 2 months ago

        You are spot on sir

         
    • Dr. Drey 2 months ago

      Hahahaha…[email protected], Harry Kane and Onuachu in the same sentence…? You must be a very brave man…Lmao

       
      • Mahmud Shuaib 2 months ago

        My dear Dr, atleast €25m far from £100m na. Ofcourse not trying to pit them in the same conversation just saying naija local born players don cast for oyinbo eyes. Even with 20 goals no better club wants Simy citing his age (29), yet we dey see Chelsea bidding for 32/3 yrs old Lewa for £50+m. Lol

         
  • This kind of comparison ‘e choke’.The oyibos are no longer mugus.

    With Harry Kane, they know what they are buying.They have all his data from the day he was born to date and hence knows his residual value age wise.

    But when a home grown African player burst into the scene, dude is almost 30 years or more.That is why we always win everything then in the under age competitions and 90% of the players will disappear almost immediately as they were actually at their peak.We had men playing against boys.

    I remembered back in the days when a class mate of mine was with the Under 17 national team.We were age mates, dude was actually 31 when he was with the Under 17.He managed to make it to under 20 at 33,They did not qualify for a major tournament.That was the beginning of his steady career decline until he sank into total oblivion.

    The swiss team that impressed in this year Euro have almost 5 players from the team that won the under 17 final in abuja some years back.We will struggle to name one member bar Onazi who is still active today.And even him , we can see his career trajectory.Even him self,His younger brother used to work with me and I no wan talk as Dem no send me from village.

    But I agree that the advent of MRI have changed things a bit.Bar Iheanacho and Osimhen set that were supremely talented,other sets struggled and that is because we are beginning to use players of the right age brackets.

    If you go to the feeder teams of most NPFL clubs, the players there are older than the first team players.

    So the right place to really catch them young is via the school programs and thank God the principal cup is been activated.

    I come and go in peace