Harry Kane might end his journey at Tottenham if Spurs fail to make the top four


Tottenham Hotspur could lose one of the club’s most important players, Harry Kane if the club fails to qualify for next season’s UEFA Champions League campaign.

Harry Kane has been one of the biggest names in the Premier League as he has continued to be one of the top scorers and assists providers in the league.

Unfortunately for the 27-year-old captain of the England national team and Tottenham Hotspur, he has not been able to win any major title despite how prolific he has been.

This season alone, Harry Kane has scored a whopping 19 goals and provided 13 assists in 28 Premier League games. He has scored a total of 29 goals in all competitions and has provided a total of 16 assists in 41 games this season.

Despite these huge stats, Harry Kane and Tottenham Hotspur are yet to win any title but they are on the verge of winning one on April 25, 2021, when Tottenham Hotspur go against Manchester City in the final of the EFL Cup.

The EFL Cup is the only competition coach Jose Mourinho has the potential of helping Tottenham Hotspur to win this season. Besides that, the club has been knocked out of every other competition including the Europa League which initially looked like a title the club could have won this season.

Harry Kane.
Harry Kane.

However, the priority of Harry Kane is not just to win titles, he wants to return to UEFA Champions League action which he has not been a part of in the last two seasons. According to a report by The Athletic, Harry Kane could join any top club in Europe that can afford his bills if Tottenham fail to make it into the top four.

So far this season, Tottenham Hotspur have managed to record just 14 wins, 7 draws, and have suffered 9 defeats in the league. These have forced them to remain on the 6th spot on the league table, with 49 points in 30 games, three points away from 4th placed West Ham United.

Tottenham will welcome Manchester United to the Tottenham Hotspur stadium on Sunday, at 16:30, for a Premier League game which could make or mar Spurs’ effort to make it into the top four.

Harry Kane said: “I love Spurs – I’ll always love Spurs. But it’s one of those things – I’ve always said if I don’t feel we’re progressing as a team or going in the right direction, then I’m not someone to just stay there for the sake of it.

“I’m an ambitious player. I want to improve, I want to get better, I want to become one of the top, top players.

“It all depends on what happens as a team and how we progress as a team. So it’s not a definite I’m going to stay there forever, but it’s not a no either.”


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