After missing out on the Champions League for the third consecutive season and with Tottenham Hotspur looking unlikely to challenge for the title, speculation has been mounting over the fut

After missing out on the Champions League for the third consecutive season and with Tottenham Hotspur looking unlikely to challenge for the title, speculation has been mounting over the fut
Manchester United and Bayern Munich target Harry Kane will "regret it" if he doesn't leave Tottenham this summer, according to William Gallas.

The former Spurs defender has been speaking to French newspaper L'Equipe and has warned the club's talisman that he may regret not following his instincts if he doesn't leave White Hart Lane this summer. Gallas told L'Equipe: "I know Harry very well and he will regret it if he doesn't leave Tottenham this summer. "He is a great player and has a lot of potential. He has the qualities to be one of the best in the

The England international, who has scored 36 goals in all competitions for Spurs this season, looks likely to leave White Hart Lane in the near future and a host of clubs around Europe are keen to sign him. Manchester United have been linked with Kane for some time and Louis van Gaal is keen to bring in a new striker to supplement Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Wayne Rooney. Bayern Munich have also been mentioned as potential suitors for Kane, with the club looking for a

In a recent interview, Kane discussed how Greaves’ record has affected him. “It’s an unbelievable accolade,” he said. “He’s one of the greatest Tottenham players of all time. To be mentioned in the same sentence as him, it’s an honour. I’m just delighted to have got it and I’ll just continue working hard to try and keep it.” K

Tim Duncan has been a staple of the Spurs side for over 20 years and there is no doubt that he is a legends of the game, but at 36 years of age, it is possible that he may want to start planning for a retirement that could come sooner rather than later. If he were to sign a new deal with Spurs, it would be a testament to his appreciation and loyalty to the club, but at the same time, it would be another signal that he is not interested in

The Lilywhites have been struggling for form recently, but have already faced some difficult opposition in the form of Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea. Spurs have the ability to turn their form around and get back on track, but it will require a lot of effort and resilience.

Arsenal's failure to win the Premier League title for the fourth successive season will be the main talking point during the campaign. As well as their final Champions League spot, Arsene Wenger's side will be looking to make it three straight FA Cup triumphs.

It is perhaps unfair to compare Kane to Ronaldo, as the Portuguese player has won more individual trophies than Kane over the course of their careers. However, Ronaldo’s stats do not entirely reflect the greatness of his individual performances, as he has been part of dominant teams that have won major honours. Kane has been integral to both Tottenham Hotspur and England, and while they have not won as many trophies as Ronaldo’s teams, they have come very close on several occasions.

There are pros and cons to each of these choices, but the clear winner in this hypothetical scenario is Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Kane will be hoping to finally complete a move to Real Madrid this summer after constant speculation linking him with the La Liga giants. The England international has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid this summer after impressing for Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League. Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy has previously said that he expects Kane to remain at the club until at least 2021. However, Levy has also admitted that he would be willing to sell the 25

Tottenham Hotspur will get a very talented forward with plenty of years left in him, who is looking for a new challenge. The England international will undoubtedly slot into the No. 9 role for Mauricio Pochettino’s side, scoring goals and creating chances for his team-mates. Liverpool may be keen on signing Kane, but Tottenham Hotspur would be in a stronger position to hold onto their star player if they can secure a deal for him before the end of

Joshua Onomah has urged England international Harry Kane to leave Tottenham Hotspur. Onomah, 19, told Tottenham Hotspur's official website: "I think Harry Kane should go. He's a fantastic player and he deserves to play at the highest level. "Tottenham are a great club with a lot of history, but he needs to keep on progressing and playing at the highest level to achieve his full potential."

Arsenal forward Olivier Giroud has claimed that he would be "disappointed" if England captain and Arsenal player Harry Kane decided to stay with the national team after the World Cup. The Frenchman believes the England captain will "regret it" if he stays as he risks retiring with no trophies to his name.

“He has to go. For me, he doesn’t have the quality to continue being at the club. “It’s hard to judge him; he is trying hard and he has improved, but he doesn’t have the quality to help the team win titles. “I’ve seen Manchester United play and Arsenal play, and they are better than him. He can’t help the team.

“I have always said that I want Harry to be a Premier League winner and I still think that is possible. He is a really good player and he has the potential to be even better. He is a very determined player and he has a lot of ambition. I am sure he will do everything he can to achieve his goals”. Keep up to date with the latest news, features and exclusives from via the free app

You can't see your mistakes, but you can see your successes. So remember, when you're playing games, remember the trophies, and enjoy the journey.”

He’s won nothing.” This is a common complaint about players who have had successful careers in the Premier League, but lack cup success. It is not impossible for a player to win trophies without being the top scorer, as shown by some of the all-time top scorers in Premier League history. Some of these players, such as Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry, have won prestigious trophies such as the Premier League, FA Cup, and UEFA Champions

It's difficult to argue with Sherwood's logic. Spurs have failed to win trophies since he took over in 2012 and, with Levy unwilling to spend big on players to bolster his side, it seems likely that Spurs will continue to struggle in the coming years.

The Tottenham Hotspur squad has experienced a number of departures in recent months, with summer signings Davinson Sanchez and Fernando Llorente among the most notable departures. Spurs have also been plagued by injuries which has impaired their rotation options in midfield. Mauricio Pochettino’s side have had recent success against top-flight opposition, but they have struggled against teams in the lower divisions. Given their struggles in the Premier League and their lack of depth in key positions, Spurs

Third-place Tottenham Hotspur are also on 36 points, but they have two games in hand as well. It’s still possible for either Newcastle or Tottenham to overtake Arsenal in the table, but it would require both teams to win their final two games. Arsenal are currently in fifth place, just one point ahead of Norwich City.

Brighton are in terrific form and could surprise everyone by qualifying for the Champions League, while Liverpool are in poor form and cannot yet be ruled out.

The 38-year-old former Juventus and Roma manager, who had been in charge of Spurs since the start of the season, was sacked on Sunday with the club 17th in the Premier League. Stellini is one of a number of former players who have been brought in to help out with coaching and player development since the sacking of Conte.

Mourinho has been criticised for his tactics in his first few matches in charge of Manchester United. His teams have often looked McGregor and have failed to capitalise on their chances. United have looked disjointed and have not looked like the team that won the Premier League last season. Mourinho’s poor performances will likely lead to more criticism from the United fans.

In the latest edition of the London Evening Standard, Belgian journalist, Dan Levene, has penned a piece claiming that Borussia Monchengladbach boss, Thomas Tuchel, is the clear favourite to take over from Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham Hotspur next season. Levene cites Tuchel's "impressive" record at Monchengladbach, as well as the fact that he is "currently in the middle of a successful season", as reasons

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