Tottenham star Harry Kane outlines trophy ambitions amid speculations over future
One of the best strikers in the game currently, Kane is a boyhood Tottenham man, having come through the ranks at the club. However, despite his exploits on the field, that has seen him score over 200 goals for the club, the England captain is yet to win a single major trophy in his career.
Kane had a chance to end that drought this season when Tottenham made it to the finals of the Carabao Cup. However, we ended up losing 1-0 to Manchester City in the showpiece event at Wembley this past Sunday, meaning it is yet another season that will end with no silverware for Kane and Tottenham.
Given the circumstances, Kane has been heavily linked with a move away from Tottenham Hotspur heading into the summer transfer window. Manchester United and Manchester City have both been credited with an interest in the England captain. (h/t Express)
As the rumours continue to rumble on Kane has now spoken of his desire to win trophies after winning the Player of the Year gong at the London Football Awards 2021, fueling the rumour mill further. (h/t Express)
“The goal right now as a player is to win team trophies. As much as this is great I want to win the biggest prizes as a team and we are not doing that. It’s bitter sweet, of course I’d rather win a team trophy and this one but it is what is it. I am proud to win it. It has been a good season on the pitch and I’ve got to continue what I’m doing.”
“Individual awards are great and are fantastic achievements. When I look back at the end of my career I’ll take them in a little bit more.”
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It is only natural for any top athlete to want to win trophies in his career. It is up to Tottenham to convince Kane that he can do it while still at the club. A top four finish in the Premier League this season would be a good place to start.