Only “happy” Kane can answer questions on future says Pochettino

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Dom Le Roy

Mauricio Pochettino has again reiterated that Harry Kane is happy at Tottenham Hotspur but did say only the England striker himself can answer questions regarding his long-term commitment to the Premier League club according to an article on Reuters.

It describes how Kane has excelled at Spurs in recent seasons and how the striker scored his 100th Premier League goal in the 2-2 draw at Liverpool on Sunday, but that the forward has made it clear that winning trophies was his priority.

He signed a deal to remain at Tottenham until 2022 but former England international team mate Wayne Rooney told Sky Sports on Monday that Kane could contemplate his future if fifth-placed Tottenham do not start winning trophies.

It adds how Mauricio, who again was asked about Kane’s long-term future and the Argentine said: “That is a question for him, not me. Of course, he wants to score goals and win titles but I cannot say anything more about this.”

It adds that Kane is on the radar of most top European sides with Real Madrid’s former president Ramon Calderon stating in October that he expected the Spanish club to try to sign the forward.

“He is so happy here and he loves Tottenham but this is a personal question, regarding what he thinks and how he feels. I cannot answer for him,”.:Pochettino added.

We can’t go a day without a Kane story these days, a compliment I guess. Kane does seem a level headed but ambitious guy, but has also spoken of his desire to stay at Spurs and hopefully he will.

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  1. Can we agree to stop making atricles on the same fucking thing every week. Seriously for over a year now we get an article every week saying spurs will suffer mass exodus if they don’t win a trophy soon. It’s lazy writing and is just beating a dead horse at this point. The fact every time someone writes an article like this it’s always prefaced with”although Harry Kane reiterated he is happy at Tottenham”. The guy has said more times than you can count is dream is to win trophies for Spurs, it’s his childhood team and he’s not even 25 years old, can you imagine if players actually bailed on a team if they didn’t have a trophy by 23 years old. Especially when you have to put up with a club like man city who seriously signed over 300 million pound in defenders/keeper in a a six month stretch. Over his managerial career of 10 full seasons Pep has on average spent over £100M per season, the majority happening in recent years.


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