According to club legend Brad Friedel, Tottenham sensation Harry Kane may ultimately leave the Premier League for the Major League Soccer. Former USA international player Friedel, who played for Spurs for four years before declaring his retirement from the game in 2015, thinks chairman Daniel Levy would like for Kane to relocate to the United States rather than a riva.
According to the American at Betway, “Harry Kane could probably play in the MLS like [Steven] Gerrard and [Frank] Lampard, and Daniel Levy would favour a USA swap.” “I’m not creating a scene. He and I have never discussed it. But I am aware that he enjoys American sports.
Could he eventually relocate here like Gerrard, Lampard, and [David] Beckham? I could, I guess. And given the way Daniel Levy does business, I believe that if he ever leaves Tottenham, Daniel Levy would prefer him to move somewhere where he won’t have to compete with Tottenham. if ever he departs. Therefore, I might see him here.
Since making his professional debut in 2012, Kane has scored a stunning 254 goals in 395 games for Tottenham. He has 189 Premier League goals and is expected to surpass Alan Shearer’s 260 career goals total.
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The English captain appeared destined to sign for Manchester City last summer as the Citizens scurried to secure his services. However, he chose to remain in north London as a result of Levy’s rejection of City’s advances.
Despite having a sluggish start to the season after his attempted transfer, Kane finished the previous season with 27 goals and 10 assists. Six goals this season for the 29-year-old indicate how well he has been playing. And thanks to his goal-scoring exploits, the Lilywhites have moved up to third place in the Premier League standings.
After scoring 50 goals for his nation, Kane is presently England’s second-highest goalscorer, with Wayne Rooney scoring 53 goals to lead the way. And before to scoring his final Three Lions goal of the summer, the Spurs star promised there will be many more.
He said, “I would never set a ceiling or a number on how many goals I can score. “If I’ve scored 49 in my first seven years, there’s no reason why I can’t do same in the next six or seven years for England. I feel like I’ve got many more years in me. I’m still a child. I still think I have a lot of time left in my England career.