Harry Kane drops hint on his next club in major blow to Manchester UnitedFootball
Harry Kane Casts Mystery on His Tottenham Future With Advice to Daniel Levy
- Tottenham Hotspur are ending another season trophyless and face the risk of no European football next season
- All-time top scorer Harry Kane continues to be trophyless despite being one of the best goalscorers
- His current contract at the club expires at the end of next season
Harry Kane is not making it clear where his future lies amidst reports he could leave Tottenham as he continues to attract interest from all over Europe.
The English striker is Tottenham and England’s all-time top scorer, equalling and surpassing Jimmy Greaves and Wayne Rooney’s records this season.
He has a significant drawback in his career as he has yet to win a trophy and is already approaching 30 years, with many advising him to quit the North London club to join a winning team.
The Citizens instead went for Aston Villa captain, Jack Grealish for £100m, and the 25-year-old has two Premier League winners’ medals and could add the Champions League to it.
Kane casts mystery on future
The England captain has a contract that runs till the summer of 2024 but is attracting interest from top clubs, including Manchester United, who have made him their priority.
His recent comments, however, have suggested he could stay and fulfil his contract as he advised Levy on what is needed for the club to beat the “failures” tag.
“A lot needs to change here for us to start being successful again. There is a conversation to be had in terms of the failures of the club,” he said, as quoted by The Sun.
His words continue to suggest he sees himself as part of the club next season as a new manager is set to come in at the end of the current campaign.
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Sports Brief reported that former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger aimed a dig at Tottenham after the club were eliminated from the Champions League, which confirmed their trophyless status for another season.
The legendary manager used the term “they have failed again” while referring to his old-time rivals but singled Kane out for praise.