What is going to happen to Harry Kane?
Likely the question of the summer for the entire transfer market, not just Tottenham Hotspur, is what does Kane’s future look like?
Will Harry Kane be sold this summer? Will Levy get another world record fee? Will Tottenham actually use all those funds to replenish the team? Will the team really support Harry if he stays?
There are lots of questions that are related to, associated with, and created by Kane and what he will ultimately do.
If Kane is sold it does change the caliber of player Tottenham can afford, albeit only slightly. Players are expensive at any age and ability these days, making it harder and harder to get the support around top players without deep pockets.
The toughest part with the Kane question is we do not even know who will answer it. Will it be Levy or Paratici digging in their heels and forcing Harry to stay? Will Kane submit a transfer demand and jeopardize his relationship with the club? Will Levy just decide to cash in on Kane while he can?
All these questions will be answered, but not until after those previous two questions about who is in charge and who is managing the team are first resolved.
Euro 2020 is another mitigating factor in all of this. With the tournament set to start this weekend and running until July, we’ll likely have to wait a while for any Kane outcome.
That may be okay, though, as Tottenham has two more pressing questions to answer first.