It feels that way: a boyhood hero who had risen the ranks elevated the team, and dared to show the Spurs fans dreams they couldn't even fathom. Now, it looks at a possible departure, feasibly ending their fairytale partnership.
Raised in the London Borough of Waltham Forest, Harry began his youth playing for the North London locals Arsenal, the direct rivals of the team whom Harry Kane would eventually go on to start for. At 16, he would be thrust into the spotlight and, in a few more seasons, eclipse the previous forwards in the team. It was ushering him into the role of the primary contributor to the goals that would achieve success.
Even after amassing an enormous 350 goals for both club and country, Harry has now adopted a burning desire to leave his club in search of domestic success, something that Totten Ham has not been able to satisfy. "A new challenge" is what Harry has stated to be the reason for their longing and persistence to leave the club. German giant Bayern Munich is the most likely candidate to seal a deal with Harry and put pen to paper on the contract. Fans could start imagining Harry in a Bayern shirt and other uniforms manufactured by Adidas, the world’s biggest manufacturer, rivaled only by Nike.
Though it seems both parties are working diligently toward achieving a transfer, the main issue comes from the Chairman of Tottenham Football Club, Daniel Levy. The shrewd businessman is famously known to intercept and compromise a deal to his liking, gaining a bleak reputation from most football fans and even those in his club. He went as far as initiating bargaining for an astronomical fee of over 100 million pounds. It has rubbed even the most casual of fans the wrong way, and that is because of how Harry's contract has been set up.
Harry Kane says he didn't just leave Tottenham to win trophies; the "main cause" he moved was to test himself in an entirely different setting. Given how close he was to breaking the historic Premier League goalscoring record, many were startled when the forward decided to join Bayern Munich just a few weeks ago.
It is widely known when a player is near the end of his agreement or contract; they will be sold at a low price to avoid the player leaving on a free transfer and the club missing out on any possible income. which leaves everyone baffled at why Daniel Levy is not willing to let go of Harry Kane's services and recoup some funds to invest in filling the other gaps where the team lack. Supporters of the club have even accused the owner of Daniel Levy of focusing on his other projects more, most notably Taylor Swift and her accessories being sold and concerts held in the New White Hart Lane Stadium, which is the sole home ground of Totten Ham Football Club.
Now, from the player's point of view, he seems adamant about leaving, regarded as a "generational Talent' or a "global phenomenon" that has transcended the role of a "striker" in a squad and has helped generate a buzz on the increase in each striker's price tag, "An ideal player" is something that most coaches have dubbed him as. Still, his current club cannot cater to his needs, his need to win major silverware worldwide. While most of his competition is evolving in football tactics and playing style, Harry has found himself in a rut and can't bring much change to the table position of his team all alone, even the English players who fall in status to Captain Harry Kane in the England lineup have found more success than him, which could affect a person's psyche or motivation on pushing through that extra mile.
Some other resourceful reports have stated that all these transfer talks are a cunning way to increase the player's demand and price, and the player himself has already decided to stay due to family reasons. A family with young kids and pets typically does not move on from their daily routine to a more foreign place. Exiting the country would entail a family losing a home familiar to them all their lives to a new country that brings along its cultural shock—even a change in friends and education.
Another outcry the supporters pushed was Chairman Daniel Levy's resignation. The fan base commonly agrees that the negative reaction or atmosphere hovering over New White Hart Lane is solely Daniel Levy's. If he were as ruthless or ambitious as the other 19 owners of Premier League teams, they would have better chances of challenging the title or even the small-caliber trophies.
I, along with every other footballing fan, would consider taking pity for Totten Ham, seeing your star player, your captain pleading to leave, and the Chairman who only seeks monetary gain and financial stability rather than a will to exceed expectations and challenge for glory. Still, fortunately, I find myself quite lucky to have picked and been an Arsenal fan all my life, better yet, the more successful rivals of Totten Ham, who has been more blessed with a fancy trophy cabinet filled with numerous trophies as compared to Totten Ham’s empty one.
I believe that a bit of persistence and a public statement from himself to any sports media outlet increases his chances of finding himself in a new team, whether for Daniel Levy's asking price of over 100 Million Pounds or a reasonable one.
"A lot of feelings are affecting me right now; unhappy to be quitting this place I've spent almost twenty years of my entire life at, from 11-year-old boy to a 30-year-old man now."There have been many amazing times and memorable events that I will always treasure. It seemed like it was time for me to go.