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Kane’s Spurs destiny inextricably intertwined with Pochettino

| 24.07.2017

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is so hot right now. Actually, he’s been so hot for a few seasons.

His star has risen so exponentially in recent years that there is now talk that he is a £100m player.

Frankly, it’s hard to argue. The 23-year-old has already bagged 78 goals for Spurs, and hit 30-plus in each of the last two campaigns. In any language, that’s quite remarkable.

There has been talk of a big-money move away from North London, but the former White Hart Lane trainee has stated he’s staying put, and staying put for a while.

Words can be hollow, though, and never more so than in the world of football. Kane’s might have a lot more merit than normal in this case.

With Mauricio Pochettino at the helm, this Spurs squad are going places, and he knows it.

Our traders have the England striker down as just 11/10 to stay for five or more years – a relative lifetime at one club for players these days.

In the event that they have a nightmare season, and it all falls apart, you can get 5/1 on Kane moving to pastures new for the start of the 2018-19 Premier League season.

Whatever happens, though, his burgeoning reputation should continue apace as the spearhead of a potent, thriving Tottenham side coached by one of the best young coaches in the world.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Harry Kane – Number of years with Tottenham

 To stay 2+ years – 1/8

To stay 3+ years – 2/7

To stay 4+ years – 4/6

To stay 5+ years – 11/10

To leave at the end of the season – 5/1

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Cian Carroll

Starting life as a football columnist for his local paper in Dundalk, Cian has written for a number of media outlets with pieces published in The Birmingham Mail and Spain’s El Mundo Deportivo. A lover of football, GAA, boxing, rugby and MMA, he’s a big Aston Villa and Dundalk fan. He can be regularly spotted on various mountain tops.