The former manager of Burnley, Sean Dyche, insisted that Harry Kane be bought, about ten years ago, that is, when he was 18-19 years old, but the transfer failed because of 4 million pounds.
Dych told the story, and explained that Burnley offered 3 million pounds, and that the leaders of Tottenham demanded 7, which was explained by potential buyers as a very high amount, that is, that the transfer is risky.
This happened at the beginning of Dych’s 10-year coaching adventure with the popular Clarest, that is, sometime in 2012.
Back then, Kane was still a beardless lad, on loan to play football at Leyton Orient, Millwall, Norwich City and Leicester.
Kane has been regularly performing for Tottenham since 2013 and is one of the best strikers in the world, and is currently valued at over 100 million pounds.
Dyche was known for the specific style of play he promoted at Burnley, and was manager of the club from 2012 until June this year, when he was sacked and replaced by Vincent Kompany.