England captain Harry Kane had a disappointing Euro 2020 tournament as his national team lost the final match to Italy on penalties. Following the European Championship final, Harry Kane’s club future is being re-evaluated after he suffered heartbreak with England. Former Spurs player Chris Waddle commented on the situation saying, Tottenham fans would understand if Harry Kane tried to leave the club during the current transfer window.
Tottenham forward Kane has yet to win a major trophy despite a prolific Premier League career, and this year is seen as pivotal in determining his long-term future. Tottenham is said to have turned down a £100 million bid from Manchester City, while Manchester United has also been linked with the England captain.
“Tottenham fans I don’t think would have any complaints if he left,” Waddle said to Stats Perform. “I think they’ve got it and accept that he’s given a lot of service to Tottenham – he’s enjoyed it, he supports them and he’d love to win trophies. Now Harry Kane can win the golden boot each year and be the top scorer of the Premier League, top scorer of the Premier League and top scorer of the Premier League again,” said Chris Waddle.
“When he looks back, he will say personal achievements have been great. Now he probably wants to say I want to stand up and lift that trophy to say Tottenham has won the FA Cup, League Cup – something! – and I think he feels he needs to win trophies.”
“He has done everything he’s wanted to do personally, obviously he’d love to win something with England but personal-wise I think he’s probably thought I’ve got them [the individual accolades]. But [he will think], ‘I’ve not won any medals as a footballer as a team player and it’s probably getting to him now.”