If Tottenham struggles to win a place in next season’s Champions League, Harry Kane is expected to demand a transfer away from the club.
The England captain is said to be disappointed with the club’s lack of silverware and does not want to compete outside of Europe’s top competition for a second season.
According to The Athletic, the 27-year-old is truly questioning his prospects for the first time in his Spurs career. Kane has never concealed his desire to win titles, and he recently revealed in an interview that he will decide about his domestic future after Euro 2020.
“I think that’s a difficult question to address right now,” Kane said when asked if the uncertainty about his future will affect his performance.
“It is critical that all of my attention is focused on the two England games coming up, as well as the remainder of the season with Spurs and then the Euros. Thinking of gossip or rumors would be detrimental to my results. I want to have one goal and one task in mind. It is to end well with the Spurs, win these qualifiers with England, and ideally have a nice Euros. Look, I want to avoid speculation as far as possible. I’m completely focused on doing the job on the pitch from now to the end of summer. Then we’ll see where we go from there.”
McManaman Advice To Kane On Next Move
Steve McManaman told HorseRacing.net that if Harry Kane is comfortable at Tottenham, he should stay.
Kane has been linked with a move away from Tottenham Hotspur. The two-time Golden Boot winner aiming to win big honors. It has been reported that he will have a greater chance of doing so away from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
McManaman, a former Liverpool, Manchester City, and Real Madrid player, said: “It’s convenient to say. You need to leave Spurs because you need to be good and win trophies.'”