Harry Kane and Gareth Bale parted ways to end Leicester’s hopes of a Champions League on Sunday, but talk has quickly turned to that of the summer with two Tottenham players.
However, Kane had already made his goals clear before scoring his 23rd goal of King Power Stadium. A figure that gave him his third Premier League award for the Golden Boot.
According to reports, the 27-year-old England captain has a ‘landlord deal’ to leave the club and has officially asked to leave.
“Bale is more likely to follow him to the door, with their noise. And Welshman told reporters after the two-match show on Sunday.
He had decided on his future but would not comment after Euro 2020 as it would create chaos.
Kane hits gold again.
After going into Sunday’s game with 22 goals from the season with Mohamed Salah of Liverpool, Kane’s goal in a 4-2 win over Leicester.
Which closed their place in the Europa Conference League defended the Golden Boot trophy.
This is his third victory, with previous wins coming in 2015-16 and 2016-17.
He now has 221 goals for Tottenham on his behalf. Leaving him in second place on the list of all-time leading scorers. Behind Jimmy Greaves, who scored 266 points for the club between 1961 and 1970.
Kane is known to be frustrated after another non-trophy campaign. Including the sacking of manager Jose Mourinho in April just before the Carabao Cup final defeat to Manchester City.
He was speaking to The Overlap with Gary Neville recently. He said he would not want to end his career “with remorse” and “would have a good, honest conversation with the chairman.”
‘He has been a top player in the Premier League’
“I’m not a fitness expert, but Harry Kane can say he won’t be a Spurs player next year.”
Kane didn’t offer anything directly after the game. Which saw him collecting his Golden Boot, giving just a simple thank you on social media later.
This has left Mason to continue to loosen up. And the Spurs manager, who is also a caretaker. He could also leave the club this summer, taking a tone that reflects the conversation of his striker.
“Harry Kane deserves to win the Golden Boot today,” said the 29-year-old. “As I have always said, I think he has been a great player in the Premier League. A lot of goals and a lot of help mean everything.
“And I feel very honored to have played with him, and we had an amazing experience together. We got into the ranks, and I was fortunate in the last five weeks to have coached, treated, and re-emerged today.”
‘I know what I’m doing, but it will create chaos.’
Bale talked a lot about his future, but not much. He liked to play it carefully.
However, he did it impressively, suggesting that his following possible location was divisive.
“It just has to have happened after the Euros,” Welshman said. “I also know what I’m doing, but it will just cause chaos if I say anything now.”
Bale will join the Wales team soon in the Euros before facing Switzerland in their first group match on June 12. He added: “I don’t think of anything other than Wales.”