Kane claims that it is going to be Spurs’ future, not the Levy

Harry Kane claims it is going to be his future at Spurs and not chairman Daniel Levy amid experiences linking him to a switch.

Kane has instructed Tottenham he needs to be sold this summer time and no shock when their performance against Aston Villa on Wednesday confirmed just how far Spurs have fallen in current years.

A top-six finish is now out of their arms as they cap after Steven Bergwijn’s first goal of the season put them forward early, with Sergio Reguilon scoring his own goal and then blaming Ollie Watkins’ winner.


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Tottenham will head to Leicester on the final day of the season and will doubtless should win to safe a spot within the Europa League within the hopes that West Ham will drop points at home to Southampton after they’ve blown their traces.

The membership’s lack of ambition since reaching the Champions League final under Mauricio Pochettino in 2019 has annoyed Kane who not too long ago claimed to inform friends he was ‘hell bent’ on leaving Spurs this summer time.

And in an interview with Gary Neville about his future, Kane claimed that it might be “within the end” that decides his own future and not the Levy.

Has he forgotten about the six-year contract he signed in 2018?

Kane instructed Neville in an episode of The Overlap podcast: “I believe so. I believe it is undoubtedly a dialog to have with the membership.

“Yeah, I need to be enjoying within the greatest video games, the largest moments… hopefully we are able to have that dialog.

“I am positive that’s [Daniel Levy] He’ll must determine out the place he sees it however in the end I will be answerable for this and how I really feel and what’s best for me and my career at this moment in time. ”

Kane added: “I do not need to have come to the end of my career and have any regrets. So I need to be the best I may be. I’ve said earlier than, I by no means said I might stay in Spurs for the remainder of my career. I by no means said I might leave Spurs.

“I nonetheless really feel I’ve one other career to play. I’ve one other 7 or 8 years. I’m not dashing something. I do not crave something. I really feel like I undoubtedly have a lot extra to provide. I really feel I may be even higher than what I’ve been. I can produce higher numbers than I’m at the moment producing.

“I am not afraid to say I need to be the best. I am not afraid to say that I need to try to succeed in the level that Ronaldo and Messi reached. You recognize, that is my final goal. That is my goal, to win season in, season out trophies. Scored 50, 60, 70 goals season in, season out. That is the usual I need to set myself. ”

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