“When he was young, Sean Dyche attempted to recruit Harry Kane, a ‘top guy’, for Burnley,” divulges.

Harry Kane’s Tottenham future has been questioned by Everton boss Sean Dyche, who admitted he tried to sign the star in 2013 for Burnley. Despite background checks and efforts to negotiate with Spurs’ chairman Daniel Levy, the deal never came to fruition due to financial constraints. Since then, Kane has become Tottenham and England’s record goalscorer, but is still waiting for his first trophy. While Dyche may have missed out on signing the striker, he has won the respect of Kane, who provided him with shirts for charity initiatives. With Everton currently in a relegation battle, Dyche’s focus will be on trying to stop Kane at Goodison on Monday night.

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