Harry Edward Kane MBE (born July 28, 1993) is a British professional football player who serves as a striker for the English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur and the captain of the England team. As one of the best forwards in the world, Kane is known for his prolific scoring record and ability to tie games together. Born and raised in the Borough of Waltham Forest in London, Kane started his career with Tottenham Hotspur. There, he was promoted to a senior team at the age of 16 in 2009 after rapid development in the team’s youth academy. Initially, he did not participate in the team and was loaned to clubs in the English football pyramid many times. Including Leiden East, Millwall, Leicester City, and Norwich City.
After Mauricio Pochettino became the head coach in 2014, Kane’s involvement with Tottenham began to increase. In the club’s first full season, Kane scored 31 goals in all competitions, was the second-best scorer in the Premier League, and was named the PFA Young Player of the Year. In the 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons, Kane became the league’s top scorer. Last season, he helped Tottenham win the runner-up in the game and won the PFA Fans Player of the Year award. Kane created his best statistical season so far in the 2017-18 season, scoring 41 goals in 48 games in all competitions, and the following season, he finished runner-up in the UEFA Champions League. In February 2021, he became Tottenham’s second all-time top scorer in the official competition. He became the league’s top scorer and best assister at the end of the 2020-21 season.
If Harry Kane decides to stays at Tottenham Hotspur, I think the Premier League will be more interesting next season. Of course, I understand why you want to leave. It’s time for every superstar player on the second-tier team to swipe an empty shelf with their index finger, lift their fingertips to check for dust, and then say, “Do you know what will improve the atmosphere in my trophy hole? Don’t be complete without a trophy.” Kay En is already 28 years old, this is the age when a player naturally starts to think about what he hopes to accomplish in the rest of the game. Like the rest of us, Kane has noticed that winning major matches is Manchester City’s second most popular event for the club (after buying 5,000 players for $69 million per person) and Tottenham’s 437th. Popular (followed by the siren emoji on Twitter, announcing that the game’s start time against Watford has been adjusted) So for Kane, the move makes perfect sense for Manchester City.
It is said that he has reached a “gentleman agreement” with Tottenham Hotspur, allowing him to leave this summer, Kane, to pressure the Spurs president who denied the gentleman agreement, he has been absent. A few days of training. Levy, let him go. Unsurprisingly, this made the speech a bit avant-garde. The club said they wanted Kane to stay. Some British football fans believe that Kane is a spoiled child with first-world problems, so they explained on social media how commercial children’s games have disappointed them. Even Kane’s Spurs teammate Sun Xiangmin was the co-author of 99.2% of Tottenham Hotspur’s goals last year and seems to like an Instagram post that may have vaguely criticized Kane. Well, now is the transfer season; we will take our drama where we can get it. However, in Kane’s view, retaining a job is a rational business decision. You can approve or oppose this tactic, but it is a tactic that Spurs generations of players Gareth Bale and Luka Modric missed in training; Dimitar Berbatov missed at least one game; he Once won a transfer to a bigger club, it is easy to see where Kane came from. Related Space Odyssey, the multimillion-dollar Steve Wynn’s Phantom transforming Las Vegas, and the luxury of leaving the Euro 2020 personal thoughts.
However, as people who like them, you honest and hardworking England captains, I think all this is a bit frustrating. Kane of Tottenham Hotspur is the beautiful story of a loser: the best English player of his time, leading a mixed team to glory. Kane will be a less fascinating story at Manchester City: The best England player of his time has been on the bench 40% of the season this season while taking away some trophies that the club might win anyway. I don’t naturally hate super teams, but there is a talent saturation point, beyond which the club will become a dead zone for individual player narratives. Except for John Stones, which may be an exception, I can’t think of any Manchester City player that would make me more excited to see it elsewhere. Remember how interesting Riyad Mahrez was when he played for a team that needed him? When you think of what will happen to Jack Greerish, don’t you think there is a rock in your heart? For the club, being able to turn stars into players in the system is a rare luxury, and this is a way Manchester City has mastered in its rich era.
Raheem Sterling, Gabriel Jesus, and even Kevin De Bruyne have all been reclassified as good people rather than essential people. De Bruyne is considered by many to be one of the best five or six players in the world. Last season, he was absent for more than two months due to injury. The worst consequence that Manchester City faced was that Ilkay Gundogan accidentally became An unstoppable genius. Kane is too good and too commercial to be completely anonymous in Manchester City, but he will not be the strange and magnificent figure in North London today. It would be good to have it. From your point of view, this may be an improvement in the quality of life; I don’t want the fate of the club, the emotions of millions, and Mourinho’s job prospects to rest on my shoulders, but looking at it will inevitably be More boring. Kane’s transfer soap opera showed the worst of the two clubs interestingly. If New York City presents itself as an arrogant talent accumulator (“Isn’t $140 million not enough?” Here, take 180 million US dollars. For our first substitute in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals, any price will not be too high”). As usual, Tottenham Hotspur was Presented as a semi-dysfunctional combination of great and small clubs. The Spurs are big enough to train the best British forwards of their generation. They are too big to sell once they are famous, too small Becoming his permanent home is too big to know this.
They are too small, and sadly of medium size, unable to overcome the crisis without alienating half of their fan base from their star players. (And they may think that This is a victory because if Kane is scammed on social media, it will make the club look “good”.) Perhaps Levy is dragging his strategy out as a negotiator (although… Is he a negotiator?), but he is also in a nightmare situation. Losing Kane will reduce his reputation among Spurs fans, but Manchester City’s $180 million can do more for the club than estrange Kay. Well, Kane’s value may never be higher, if there is no transfer this year, Guardiola will let Haaland as an alternative next summer. (Manchester reports have always said that Pep is not interested in Haaland. This can only show one thing: Pep is interested in Haaland.) This is the curse of being the chairman of a medium club-what works for your club. Identity is not necessarily motivated by the hope of continued success, and vice versa. Levy didn’t seem to see a clear path through the maze. At the same time, Harry Kane was hanged and Manchester City was trying to figure out how much money this would make Tottenham fans say “well, he has no choice”.