Cole tells Chelsea boss Sarri world class duo ‘to force exit’ from rivals Tottenham
Joe Cole has claimed long-term Chelsea targets Harry Kane and Dele Alli may force their way out of Tottenham following Mauricio Pochettino’s Premier League title revelation.
Pochettino seemingly lost his cool after losing two games on the spin and has admitted that it now may take Tottenham 10 years before they end their wait for a trophy and add some silverware to the cabinet.
And with Spurs having some of the best talents in world football, both Alli and Kane could decide to pack their bags and join a club that will challenge for more than a top four spot and the early stages of the Champions League.
We have been linked with moves for both Kane and Alli over the past few transfer windows, and there has been some claims that owner Roman Abramovic will hand Maurizio Sarri the kind of funds he needs to turn us back into premier League Champions.
And Cole has claimed that now both players could force their way out of the club in search of trophies, he told the Sky Sports website: “In my opinion, if I’m Harry Kane and Dele Alli and my manager was saying we’re five or 10 years away from winning a trophy, I’m on the phone to the agent.
“I think all your quality English players like your Harry Winks and your Kanes and your Allis who have their sights set on winning Premier League titles, I personally would think ‘he thinks we’re [that far away]’.[the_ad id=”164″]
Would we take Kane and Alli?
We hate to admit it but Spurs have got some quality players at the club and both Kane and Alli are two players that we would love to see arrive at the club in the coming window, they would be great long-term investments.
However, Sarri will have around £200 million to spend in the summer and Spurs Chairman Daniel Levy will demand that for Kane alone, as the striker has surpassed the 20-goal mark again this season.
We would love the duo, but Levy would demand silly money.
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