Tottenham Striker Harry Kane has opened up on the possibility of leaving the North London outfit at the end of the season. Prior to international duty with England, Kane admitted that he would decide his future at the end of the season. With the end of the season drawing closer, Kane might be having a tough situation in his hands.
Kane, who turns 28 in July could
be ending an 8th season without a trophy if Tottenham ends up losing their Carabao Cup final to Manchester City. This would be a tale of woes for a player of Kane’s abilities, who has had a hand in about 40 goals in all competitions this season.
Scoring goal after goal for Spurs since opening his Premier League account back in 2014, the England captain has been linked with some of the world’s biggest teams. Daniel Levy has tried year after year to keep a hold of him but Tottenham’s status in the league seems to be reducing the effect of Levy’s grip on the player. With Tottenham currently 3 points off a Champions League place, 1there might be enough to compel Kane to stay but a player of Kane’s class should not be playing because of the promise of Champions League football alone.
Ironically, despite Kane’s attacking prowess, he might be short of options this summer as Levy has been touted to not want to strengthen a direct rival by selling Kane to the EPL and Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona have preferred to go for young blood in Mbappe and Haaland.
Kane has a track record of loyalty. It remains yet to be seen if it will remain that way or if he’ll put his career ahead of his loyalty and seek greener pastures. Either ways, Kane has a big decision in his hands this summer.