And the Stone-born talisman has claimed that if he does move on in the summer, it will be for a fee of around £70m – less than half of what Levy wanted for him last summer, with quotes of £150m for his services reportedly being touted to City.
“It was an exceptional all-round strike performance,” Collymore said. “But where has it been all season? Is it grossly unfair on Tottenham and their fans who pay his wages that they don’t see it more.
“How can you be world-class one week, and then be just ok, within yourself, for the previous 20 games? Harry has got two years of being able to score top numbers. He is not the physical presence that Zlatan Ibrahimovic or Cristiano Ronaldo are.
“But I do wonder if he has missed the boat on a big move. If City win the Champions League this season Pep Guardiola may say actually the reason to sign Harry, that extra push for the European trophy, doesn’t apply anymore.
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