Following Pep Guardiola’s recent rant in which he suggested that everybody in the country supports Liverpool, the Manchester City boss has received some very strong backing from Tottenham striker Harry Kane through the players’ personal OnlyFans account.
With Pep accusing the UK media, the government, the Royal family, the Dalai Lama, his own mother, his friends, City fans, Barcelona fans, people who hate football, his hairdresser and a random dog he walked past in the local park of supporting Jurgen Klopp’s side instead of his own team, England international Kane made his feelings about Pep and City very clear in a half-hour performance through his personal channel ScoreWithHarry.
“He was sat there in nothing other than a City shirt and a pair of Puma Kings.” said an anonymous viewer.
“He kept calling out to Pep telling him how he still supports City and is still open to a move should they change their mind on the Haaland deal.
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“He looked good in the blue shirt, but his voice is so mundane I just couldn’t get into it, it had to go on mute” concluded the anonymous user.
With City reaching an agreement to sign top talent Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund, Paddy Power News spoke with a source close to Kane who understands the prolific goalscorer is still hoping to move to Manchester, a transfer that fell through in 2021.
“We thought it was peculiar when he began to speak in a Manc accent and calling everybody ‘R-Kid, but his is taking it to another level” said the source.
“He’s so desperate to go to Manchester that he’d even consider a move to United – that’s how bad it is.”
“Imagine parading yourself in front of Pep Guardiola for the chance of winning a trophy – any trophy – only to end up in the Europa Conference being shouted at by a fuming Cristiano Ronaldo every match.
“Still, probably better than being at Spurs.”
With the Haaland signing, City now believe they are just another half-a-billion short of a team that can win the Champions League, we were told.
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