Report shares Harry Kane's view on applauding Spurs fans after loss
Harry Kane did view his lap around the pitch on Wednesday as an opportunity to say goodbye to the Spurs fans, with the Daily Mirror reporting that he believes that he definitely will leave this summer.
Kane’s future looks set to be a talking point for some time. As noted by the Mirror, he has made it clear that he wants to leave Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Those reports meant that there was plenty of analysis surrounding his decision to applaud the fans following Spurs’ defeat to Aston Villa on Wednesday.
Of course, it is not uncommon for players to spend longer acknowledging the fans after the final home game of the season. And the lap of honour has greater significance after a campaign in which supporters have largely been unable to attend games.
But the Daily Mirror suggests that it was indeed even more important to Kane to thank the fans.
Their report claims that the 27-year-old did view those moments as a goodbye. In fact, the Mirror reports that he believes that he will definitely leave this summer.
TBR View: Kane seemingly doing all he can to secure move – but could it still not be enough?
Kane may be doing all he can to indicate that he wants to move, but much of the power still lies surely with Daniel Levy.
If Spurs do not receive an acceptable bid, Tottenham will only be too happy to keep Kane. They certainly are not going to let him go without their asking price being met in full.
But it is certainly interesting that Kane is reportedly confident that he is definitely going with the summer window yet to open.
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