Harry Kane thinks his reputation hasn’t suffered
Kane, 28, believes his reputation has not suffered since his failed push to secure a transfer to Man City this summer.
What did Harry Kane say?
The Tottenham striker made it clear that he wants to leave the club in search of trophies after he has not yet been able to bring home the silverware in the Spurs quarry. But Spurs chairman Levy has held firm amid City’s efforts, forcing Harry Kane to admit defeat last week and declare he is left with spurs. In an interview, Harry Kane was asked if he fears that his reputation has suffered after the transfer saga, to which Harry replied that no, he does not think so.
Harry Kane thinks that anyone in the football industry knows what’s going on. Harry was calm enough with the situation, but when you are in it and know the truth, then your conscience is clear. There will always be noise. Kane’s entire career has had its ups and downs, from when he was young to where he is is just a part of him.
According to Harry, many people who know him will say that he is a professional athlete who has dedicated his life to the game, and this is what the 28-year-old will continue to do. Harry will look ahead now, the goal has always been to win the silverware with Tottenham and that has been the goal every year.
What will happen next?
When his stay in Tottenham is confirmed for the 2021-22 campaign, Harry Kane will now focus on trying to bring home the highly anticipated silverware. Spurs tops the Premier League table, heading into the international break, winning all three of their first league matches.
After a lengthy summer break after Euro 2020, Harry Kane played three games for Spurs in 2021-22, scoring in the Europa League against Pacos de Ferreira. Harry is currently joining England to face Hungary, Andorra and Poland in the upcoming World Cup qualifiers.