Harry Kane has given a damning verdict on Tottenham Hotspur’s season, saying “it’s not enough”. The England captain has been linked with a move to Manchester United this summer, and his comments will only fuel speculation that he could be on his way out of the club.
Kane has been a loyal servant to Spurs since joining the club in 2009, and has been a key part of their success in recent years. However, this season has been a huge disappointment for the North London side, as they have failed to qualify for the Champions League and have been knocked out of the Europa League.
Kane has been vocal in his criticism of the team’s performances this season, and he has now gone one step further by saying that it is not enough. Speaking to Sky Sports, Kane said: “It’s not enough. We’ve had a few good seasons but this season has been a big disappointment. We’ve not been able to compete for the top four and that’s not good enough.”
Kane’s comments come at a time when he is being heavily linked with a move to Manchester United. The Red Devils are reportedly keen to sign the 27-year-old, and Kane’s comments will only add fuel to the fire.
Kane has been a consistent performer for Spurs over the years, and his departure would be a huge blow for the club. However, it appears that the England captain is not happy with the current situation at the club, and his comments suggest that he could be ready to move on.
Kane’s future is likely to be one of the biggest talking points of the summer transfer window, and his comments will only add to the speculation. It remains to be seen whether he will stay at Spurs or move on to pastures new, but one thing is for sure – it’s not enough for Harry Kane.