27 year old England international, Harry Edward Kane, has been a striker for Tottenham since 2004 but would not play for the club until 2011 when he was given his debut in a Europa League qualifying match against Hearts where his team had won the first leg 5 – 0.
Though the game would be a goalless draw, but Harry Kane would earn a penalty for the team after he was fouled by goalkeeper, Jamie MacDonald who then saved the penalty which was taken by Kane himself.
Harry Kane would not make his Premier League start for Tottenham until 7th April 2014, when he was given his first Premier League start for Tottenham, in a 5–1 win against Sunderland, which he scored his first premier league goal.
Harry Kane would score in the next two subsequent games, and in the next season – 2014/2015 season, Kane would light up the Premier League with 21 goals earining him the PFA Young Player of the Year award.
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Growing under the tutelage of astute Argentine coach, Mauricio Pochettino; Harry Kane alongside Dele Alli would develop into amazing players being touted by the best clubs across Europe.
But the pair would cling onto the club, despite the club not being busy in transfer windows. The club would go close both on Premier League and in the UEFA Champions League, only for them to fall short, with the latter costing club coach, Mauricio Pochettino his job.
The club would then go on to hire Jose Mourinho, the self acclaimed ‘Special One’ who is known for his trophy laden career.
Tottenham would start this season – Jose Mourinho’s first full season in charge of the club with a loss against Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton, with the season being felt to be lost before it started.
But Tottenham would be mentioned in the title conversation with Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min lifting the club with stellar performances.
Though some players like Christian Eriksen have since lost faith in the Tottenham project and moved on to Inter Milan where he almost got an European trophy in his first season, Kane have persisted.
Dele Alli who was a one time fan favourite of the North East London Club is also being touted by Real Madrid and Paris Saint German, with former Tottenham coach, Mauricio Pochettino having being appointed as head coach of PSG, you should expect Alli’s rumours to arise again.
While all this have happened, Harry Kane have stayed but with the onset of the winter transfer window, the rumours appeared to have risen again. This time, across the city to rivals, Manchester City.
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City have had a problem with the centre forward position, with club legend, Sergio Aguero constantly being sidelined and Gabriel Jesus failing to live up to the hype, City seem to be entering the market for a senior centre forward.
But as the window opens, the question on the minds of many including Harry Kane is if a January transfer window is the best time to move, and if moving to Manchester City is the best for him.
Though the team have fallen afar from the top of the table, Jose Mourinho is a coach that is known to deliver.
If there was any time that Harry Kane would be urged to stay, it would be this season. With the club having already qualified for the UEFA Europa League, and also in the semi finals of the Carabao Cup, one which Jose Mourinho has a record of winning. Kane should not be thinking of leaving.
Maybe at the end of this season to test greener pastures at a club anew. But this could be the season when Harry Kane’s status as a Tottenham legend would be cemented, He really should not leave, not in this transfer window, as it would leave Tottenham dishevelled.