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Tottenham Hotspur just had a pretty good time in knowing that its elite forward wants to spend his entire career playing for the team. This is despite his .

The Spurs might not be flourishing that much in the Premier League. But it’s a totally different story when looking at how things are going for them in the Champions League. As of now, Tottenham is on top of the Group H category, leaving Real Madrid behind by three points.

It’s worth noting that Kane has been with the club since he was 11-years-old. With this, it’s safe to say that he feels at home when playing for Tottenham. It’s also very likely that he’ll end his career being called as a one-club man.

In an interview with a local newspaper, Kane reiterated his intent to keep playing for Tottenham. In his own words, he says that it’s his goal to spend his entire career with the Spurs. The 24-year-old player even acknowledges his teammates to be outstanding even when under pressure.

Especially now that the team is getting a new stadium, he’s more fired up than ever to score more goals. And it’s not just a matter of personal preference for him, as Kane implies that it’s what makes him happy. So with this alone, it’s pretty clear that there’s no way of letting him leave Tottenham.

But is Harry Kane really a valuable asset to Pochettino’s arsenal? The statistics speak for himself. In having 20 career goals throughout the 23 game appearances he had, one can easily say that he’s a .

He also had 3 assists, which proves that he’s willing to be a support agent to his teammates. His passing success percentage of 73.7% also shows that he’s a team-player. Kane’s prowess in making long shots and doing finishes very well compliments Pocchetino’s gameplay, making him sit perfectly with the team’s strategist if ever the time comes that the two belongs to one club.

However, there’s a catch to this as Tottenham is sitting at the 4th spot of the Premier League rankings. If it wants to be called a championship-contender team, then it needs to have more elite strikers.

Having 20/1 odds isn’t enough to give them this season’s gold trophy. This is why Pocchetino is still open to changes. To better understand this possibility, you can check out the . It’s where you’ll see how the Spurs stack up with the other clubs.

Now, this doesn’t mean that Kane might leave the team. But if a higher-caliber striker is acquired, then this would mean the quick demotion of the Englishman. Speaking of assurance, Tottenham needs to set its eyes on Man City who’s got strong 1/8 odds.

Man United follows their fellow Manchester club with 14/1 odds, which is then succeeded by Chelsea’s 18/1 odds. If Tottenham doesn’t change its gameplay, then sooner or later, Liverpool’s 50/1 odds or perhaps Arsenal’s 60/1 will catch up with them.

The last thing Tottenham would want is to be in the ranks where Leicester and Newcastle are in as they’re both having 500/1 odds. Hopefully, it doesn’t reach that point. Nevertheless, Harry Kane will do the best of what he can as he vows to stay with the team.


Tottenham receive game-changing Champions League boost thanks to this Serie A result



Latest Spurs news: Tottenham move into Champions League Pot 2 thanks to Serie A results

Tottenham have been handed a boost in the upcoming Champions League season as with a spot in Pot 2, according to

The report claims that AS Roma’s failure to finish in the Champions League places on the last day of the Serie A campaign helped Spurs achieve the place in the Pots.

Roma won their final game of the season but that was cancelled out by wins for Atalanta and AC Milan, with the latter pair finishing third and fourth respectively.

The Rome side would have been placed above us in the Pots had they made it into the Champions League. Roma have a better coefficient than us (h/t and also reached the semi-finals of the competition last season.

Spurs’ group could be easier next time

Moving into Pot 2 should give us a relatively easier group than the last two seasons.

Tottenham have been placed in tough groups which have included Barcelona, Real Madrid, Inter Milan and Borussia Dortmund in the previous two campaigns.

We have proved our mettle in Europe by making it out of the tough groups, and this season has been incredible thanks to our run to the final.

The report adds that Tottenham could also move to Pot 1 of the Champions League as a place is reserved for the winners.

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Spurs face Liverpool in the final on 1 June, and could avoid Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern Munich and Juventus should they beat the Reds.

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“I’ve just got a feeling” – Former Tottenham manager believes Spurs have their name on Champions League crown



Latest Spurs news: Harry Redknapp believes Tottenham have their name on Champions League trophy

Former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp believes that Spurs have their name on the Champions League trophy.

Spurs face Liverpool in the final on 1 June, and the Reds are slight favourites given than they beat us twice in the Premier League this season.

However, Tottenham’s Champions League campaign has been crazy. There have been late goals in several games and we produced an epic comeback to defeat Ajax in Amsterdam 3-2 to reach the final.

Redknapp also spoke about the fantastic games we have had this season as he believes Spurs will win the Champions League (h/t Daily Mail):

“You just get the feeling that Tottenham have got their name on the trophy.

“They’ve gone through when they looked like going out in the knockout stages, last-minute goals in other games got them through.”

Redknapp expects a great game

Liverpool have a great attacking trio but Redknapp believes that a fit Harry Kane can create problems with the other players we have in the attack.

Son Heung-min has been excellent in recent weeks while Lucas Moura scored a hat-trick in the win over Ajax.

The Englishman did not believe the final would be a dull game due to the attacking nature of both teams.

Tottenham might have finished way behind Liverpool in the league table but nothing can be taken for granted in a final.

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Spurs have the quality to defeat Liverpool and should we have a fit Kane back for the final, Mauricio Pochettino might be celebrating his first trophy at Spurs.

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Mauricio Pochettino drops massive hint about his future after Champions League final



Latest Spurs news: Mauricio Pochettino hints at staying at Tottenham beyond the Champions League final

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has hinted at staying at the club beyond the Champions League final.

The Wanda Metropolitano hosts the Champions League final between Tottenham and Liverpool on 1 June, and the manager claimed he could quit the club if Spurs lifted the title (h/t Mirror).

However, the Argentine dropped a major hint of staying beyond the final as he spoke about the next chapter post the Champions League (h/t Mirror).

“There were two different feelings mixed in the same moment after the semi-final.

“Reaching the Champions League final is the end of an amazing chapter for the club. But, at the same time, the moment you reach the final, it’s like, ‘I want to be involved in the next chapter of the club’.”

Spurs need to take the next step

Pochettino has done an excellent job so far since joining from Southampton, but our spending in recent seasons has not matched that of the top teams in the Premier League.

Spurs didn’t sign a single player in two windows, yet we are set to play our biggest European game in decades.

Tottenham have to spend in the summer and strengthen a side that has seen several injuries hit them this season.

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It is difficult to imagine any other manager doing as great a job in a similar condition as Pochettino has, and we have to keep the Argentine for the coming years.

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“The best club in the world”: Pochettino opens up on Tottenham’s future plans, wants help from Levy



Latest Spurs news: Mauricio Pochettino wants to stay at Tottenham but needs more information on the future

Mauricio Pochettino has claimed that Spurs are the best in the world and wants to remain at the club.

Speaking to Talk Sport radio, the Argentine also spoke about the need for some backing from Daniel Levy as Tottenham try to fight for the Premier League crown.

The Telegraph claims that Pochettino’s future was in doubt after the 3-2 win over Ajax in the semi-finals of the Champions League, however, the Argentine wanted more from the side in the coming seasons (h/t Telegraph):

“Our ambition is to win the Premier League one day. If Daniel Levy gives us the continuity and the hope to have the possibility to fight to win the Premier League or the Champions League or be a real contender… it’s a lot to achieve.”

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The manager added that Tottenham are great and spoke about how the city of London is the best too:

“Today Tottenham is for me the best club in the world. When we talk about facilities, this training ground of the stadium which is the best in the world – there is no better club.

“When it’s London – there is no better city. In England, the Premier League, the most tough and exciting league.”

Motivation to stay at Tottenham

Pochettino is one of the best managers in the world, and it would be difficult for anyone to replicate what he has done at our club over the past years.

The Argentine added that he was “so motivated to stay” at Tottenham but wanted to “know the ideas” of Levy in the coming years.

Spurs have not spent in two transfer windows but can win the Champions League trophy on 1st June.

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The squad needs fresh faces if we are to reach the level of Manchester City, and it will be interesting to see how much Poch is allowed to spend in the summer.

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