‘Farewell?’ Kane says goodbye to ‘UECL uncertain’ Tottenham…”A lot of changes needed”

Harry Kane has made some closing remarks.

“Kane has admitted that ‘a lot of changes’ need to be made at Tottenham Hotspur,” the UK’s Daily Mail reported today (Aug. 22). Spurs have won just two of their last 10 English Premier League (EPL) games and have slipped to eighth place. It’s clearly been a disappointing season for Kane, and speculation is growing about whether he will stay at Tottenham in the upcoming summer.”

According to the outlet, Kane said: “I’ve said all along that I’m trying to help the team as much as possible. We have an important summer coming up. We need to make a lot of changes to be successful again. My focus is on winning against Leeds United.”

In the end, it’s irrelevant. The likes of Heurelisbon, Yves Bissouma, and Ivan Perisic have all fallen through. Spurs were knocked out of the English Football League Cup, the English FA Cup, and the UEFA Champions League (UCL).

Unlike his club, Kane has left his mark. He became the “all-time leading scorer” for both Tottenham (278 goals in 434 games) and the England national team (55 goals in 82 games).

But it’s his championship career that’s the only blemish on his record. As he approaches his 30s and his contract expires this summer, he has been heavily linked with a move.

Tottenham are determined to hold on to Kane at all costs. But they’re running out of options. Spurs are currently in eighth place in the table after a string of poor results. 토토사이트

All that’s left is the Europa League, but even that won’t be easy. A resurgent Aston Villa, under the leadership of Unai Emery, are in seventh place. Tottenham will have to pray that Villa stumble in the final round.

That’s where Kane comes in. He claims that Tottenham need to make a lot of changes this summer to get back on track. He’s tired of the back-to-back sackings of Antonio Conte and Christian Sturridge this season.

Some are even suggesting it’s time to say goodbye. Kane has been linked to Manchester United, Bayern Munich, and Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).

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