Harry Kane says that the success of the English teams in the European club competition will boost England’s hopes of the Euro 2020.
Manchester City will now face Chelsea in the Champions League final. At the same time, Manchester United will reach the Europa League final.
“We have got lots of England players playing at the top of their game.” The striker told BBC Sport.
“That will be the important benefit for us as a national party.”
Kane, 27, added that: “He wants them to get exposed to big games around the world.”
He said Gareth Southgate‘s team had a good chance of traveling a long way in this summer’s European tournament.
Our team is growing stronger every year.
“Our team is growing stronger every year. We have had a good mixture of experience and young talent. And we must have it, especially in a competitive environment,” told the BBC’s, Laura Scott.
“I’m sure Gareth has a headache about whom to pick. But that’s what we want. We want to compete for places and the only way we can be one of the best teams in the world.
“Furthermore, We had a great World Cup in 2018. We didn’t cross the line, so we have the players, the manager, and the staff team.
“It is an excellent opportunity we get, and we enjoy the challenge a lot. We know it’s going to be tough, but we have enough talent to try and take it all.”
Kane said England’s so-called ‘top teams’ withdrew from the European Super League. which got set up with the right decision. Listening to fans was the most important thing.
“We all are the fans, and we do know about what it’s like to love a football club. And we love to watch and go to sports,” Kane said. It is essential that we take their views seriously and what they like and dislike.
“Surely, you all have the owners to make all the important decisions. All supporters will appreciate not all decisions. But you must hear the fans and listen to the fans as much as possible.”
Throughout his scoring success with Tottenham and England, Kane will still win a major trophy. The Spurs were beaten by Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final last month.
“I have also had done a lot of things in the game. But there are still a lot of things in my head that I want to achieve,” he added.
Kane talked openly about winning silverware.
“I talked openly about winning silverware. That’s why I play this game. That’s why I became a football player—winning and having what I have with my teammates, lifting trophies, and winning the biggest games.
“It has not had happened yet. However, I feel like now I have a lot of time in my closet. I’m just looking forward, and I’m sure they’ll come.”
Ten years after starting his career with Leyton Orient, Kane has extended his shirt sponsorship deal with the 2021-22 season club.
Kane has donated a shirt replacement for three good things.
Kane, who has donated a shirt replacement for three good things, said it made sense to continue the relationship.
“It’s about giving back. Leyton Orient gave me a first professional start. My first experience and being here and playing here was great growing up.
“And it was great enough reason for me to play where I am now and do the things I do now,” he said.
“Any chance that I can get to give it back and help out the clubs who have helped me. And the ones who are suffering through Covid.
“And any different circumstances is hopefully something I can do for many more years.”
Earlier on Thursday, Ipswich Town announced singer and fan Ed Sheeran as their new sponsor of the shirt. Much to the delight of Kane, who hopes other football players can do the same.
“Ed and I are very close. I know you’re a big fan of Ipswich,” he added.
“He is excellent in the community. And I think he still lives close to that place. It’s good for him, it’s good for the club, and it will be beneficial.
“We have got a great platform to showcase as the footballers get to help people all over the world, and this is one way to do it.
“I also know very well that the players have to do all the kinds of things. But if they have teams they like or play for. And I want to help, so it’s a great way to bring back.”