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Kane's Killjoy - England striker left "disappointed" after failed move to City

For the majority of players in today's game, a move to Manchester City is seen as the pinnacle of your playing career. With a high quality standard of management, a loyal, supportive fanbase and most importantly of all for some players, a near guarantee for trophies, a move to the blue half of Manchester is hard to turn down for any footballer.

One such player linked with a move was Tottenham striker and England captain Harry Kane. After scoring 167 goals in the Premier League for Spurs and countless more for country, the 28 year old has never won a major trophy; which he revealed in the summer he was desperate to achieve. After a long transfer saga and rejected bids from the London club, Kane was forced to stay put in North London.

This move has clearly left the striker upset, with his poorest ever start to a season, scoring only once in the league. Kane has opened up that the move failing left him disappointed and he defended his brother, who is his agent for the handling of the move.

ESPN report that City plan to bid for the striker once again in January. Maybe Harry will get his wish and finally join the Premier League champions, in their bid to defend their crown and push for the elusive Champions League title.

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