Video: Harry Kane reiterates his desire for future change of career

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Dom Le Roy

Harry Kane has once again spoken of his dream to play in the NFL once he has brought the curtains down on his professional football career.

The Tottenham Hotspur marksman is known to be an avid supporter of the New England Patriots and travelled to Atlanta in February to watch quarterback Tom Brady lead his side to a sixth Super Bowl title (BBC).

At 27, Kane still has many years left at the top of professional football but admits that playing American Football as a place kicker would be on his bucket list.

The England captain revealed that towards the end of his career he will look to take the opportunity to ply his trade across the pond more seriously, while Spurs fans, for the time being, will be hoping that he continues his impressive form in front of goal.

Kane has scored 16 goals in 23 appearances in all competitions for the North Londoners this season (transfermarkt).

“I think the main one I spoke about before is maybe looking at the option of playing in the NFL one day. That would be obviously a bucket list, a dream come true,” Kane told Channel 5’s Kirsten Watson.

“I think there’s still a long way to go between now and that moment. But I think it’s something that I’ve got one eye on. And who knows, towards the end of my career, I might take it a little bit more seriously. See how I’d go about that. Yeah, who knows? You never know.”

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