Ahead of the crucial Premier League game against Manchester United on Saturday, a piece of shocking news has emerged from Harry Kane’s friend circle. The player is frustrated with the progress of Tottenham Hotspur and has lamented this to his close friends. Also, he has made up his decision about his future at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
What has Harry Kane decided about his future?
One of the most lethal strikers across Europe and England skipper, Harry Kane is not happy about his team’s performance at Tottenham Hotspur. The former Arsenal youth academy product, Harry Kane has 32 G/A to his name in English Premier League and he is doing this consistently. Despite his efforts, the club has not been able to win any title under any manager. They have also failed to win the domestic cups like FA Cup and Carabao Cup let alone Premier League. The closest they came in the 2017/18 season when they finished second in the league behind Chelsea. However, the team was seven points adrift of the title winners Chelsea in that season.
Season after season, the team has been successful in disappointing their fans. In nine seasons, Harry Kane has failed to lay his hands on any trophy and has remained a matter of concern. The player has decided that he is going to move away from Tottenham if the Lillywhites fail to qualify for Champions League. According to Athletic, the player needs a new challenge where he can contend for titles. According to the papers,
Frustrated by a lack of trophies and concerned by the threat of a second successive season without Champions League football, Kane is prepared to tell the Tottenham hierarchy he wants a new challenge. Getting out of Spurs though will not be easy or perhaps at all possible
The report also adds that the likes of Manchester City and Manchester United are ready to snap him up as they need a proper number nine. Sergio Aguero is leaving the club at the end of the season whereas Manchester United are yet to decide on Cavani’s future. However, the 28-year-old English striker will not come cheap for any club as Daniel Levy rates the player highly.
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