It has to be said that Spurs are facing one of their biggest summers in the clubs’ recent history.
Tottenham are still searching for a new manager, following the sacking of Jose Mourinho. In addition to this, new signings are a must after what has been a disappointing season.
With just three games of the season remaining, Tottenham sits in seventh place. It remains to be seen the type of players the club can attract given the battle Spurs face to achieve any kind of European football.
However, Mark Noble has jokingly confirmed that he won’t be heading to North London anytime soon as the West Ham legend spoke on the Peter Crouch Podcast regarding his career.
Despite being a rival to Spurs for his entire career, it was certainly interesting to see the Englishman shed light on the situation that Harry Kane faces.
The striker has been linked with a move away from Tottenham for some time, but Noble believes that the satisfaction of success at Spurs would be far greater than elsewhere.
Crouch and Noble had a fascinating conversation regarding the England captain’s future.
The debate started with Crouch stating: “This is my point with Harry Kane and the chat that he might move on.
“It’s like, yeah, but if he does win something with Tottenham, it just means more. It’s going to mean more to him than going to Manchester City or Manchester United.
“Let’s be honest, Nobes is going to be at West Ham all his life. If he wants a job there, he’s got it.
“If he’d have left and gone to, say, Tottenham – for instance, five years ago.
Nobel interjected: “I wouldn’t be able to walk down the street.”
“That’s what I mean, it tarnishes your West Ham career,” Crouch added.
Even so, many fans will go into the summer worried about the future of Kane, who has been simply sensational for his boyhood club this year.
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One can only hope that Kane is able to win trophies at Spurs. The striker has come close on numerous occasions of doing so already. However, Kane is at the peak of his career and as Spurs enter a new project, it remains to be seen whether the player would risk his chances of silverware.
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