Harry Kane admits departure strategy from Tottenham
Harry Kane admits it’s time for him to make a decision about his future at Tottenham, with a prolific frontman left without much honor, wanting to start imitating Ronaldo and Messi’s efforts.
Kane still has something to give
The two permanently large ones with 11 Ballons d’Or in between boast the most remarkable of sporting CVs, with the Argentine icon thriving in Barcelona, while the Portuguese superstar covers Man Utd, Juventus and Real Madrid. Harry Kane has a similar talent pool, with 220 goals behind the Spurs before his name, but tangible success has remained elusive and at 27 it has been speculated that he will push the move into the next transfer window. Harry, about his personal aspirations, said that he still has something to give and can produce better numbers than he does now. According to Harry, he is not afraid to say that he wants to be the best and wants to try and reach the level that Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have gotten to. This is Harry Kane’s ultimate goal of winning trophies in a season, a season out, scoring 50, 60, 70 goals in a season, a season out and that the pressure from him is always greater than the other way around.
Harry wants to be the best
Harry is committed to a North London contract through the summer of 2024 and has remained admirably loyal to the club that gave him a big break. However, I am willing to admit that all options will be weighed as he continues to generate talk of interest from Chelsea, City and Man Utd rivals and a number of leading parties across Europe. The England captain added that he doesn’t want to come to an end and regret and wants to be the best he can be.