The Champions League hopes of Leicester were dashed on Sunday when HARRY KANE and GARETH BALE parted ways, but talk has quickly turned to the summer with two Tottenham players.
Harry Kane succeeds once more.
Kane scored the winning goal in a 4-2 victory over Leicester on Sunday, giving him 22 goals for the season with Mohamed Salah of Liverpool. which secured the Golden Boot trophy’s position in the Europa Conference League. His previous victories, in the years 2015–16 and 2016–17, precede this one.
He has now scored 221 goals for Tottenham. He is now ranked second among all-time top scorers. the 266 points Jimmy Greaves scored for the team between 1961 and 1970, who came in second. Kane is reputed to be angry following yet another unsuccessful effort. Including the firing of manager Jose Mourinho in April, right before Manchester City defeated him in the Carabao Cup final.
He recently talked to Gary Neville on The Overlap. He promised to have an open, sincere chat with the chairman since he did not want to conclude his career “with regret.”
Harry Kane was a standout performer in the Premier League.
“Harry Kane can declare he won’t be a Spurs player next year,” but I’m not a fitness guru. Kane made no immediate post-game comments. which resulted in him receiving his Golden Boot and afterwards posting a straightforward thank you on social media.
Mason has now continued to relax as a result. is the caretaker manager of Tottenham. He might also depart the team this summer, adopting a voice that sounds like his striker. The 29-year-old stated, “Harry Kane deserved to win the Golden Boot today. “As I’ve mentioned before, I believe he was a fantastic player in the Premier League. Many objectives and lots of assistance are essential.
“And I consider it a great honor to have played with him; it was wonderful spending time with him. We entered the ranks, and I had the good fortune to train, treat, and emerge today over the past five weeks. You must know about Mohamed Salah.
It will cause mayhem, but I know what I’m doing.
Bale spoke extensively about his future but not much else. He enjoyed playing it cautiously.
He performed it admirably, nevertheless, indicating that his potential next site was contentious.
The Welshman insisted that it “simply had to have happened after the Euros.” “I also know what I’m doing, but saying anything right now will only create confusion.”
Bale will shortly be a member of the Wales squad for the Euros before they take on Switzerland on June 12 in their opening group game. “I don’t think of anything other than Wales,” he continued.