Harry Kane can have NO regrets about leaving resurgent Tottenham… as he’s at Bayern to win trophies, says Spurs legend

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TOTTENHAM legend Gus Poyet insists Harry Kane can have no regrets about leaving Spurs amid their beautiful revival beneath new supervisor Ange Postecoglou.

That’s as a result of Kane is at the moment difficult for each main honour obtainable with Bayern Munich, one thing he by no means actually may throughout his 19-year stint in north London.

Bayern Munich star Harry Kane won't regret leaving Tottenham


Bayern Munich star Harry Kane will not remorse leaving TottenhamCredit score: EPA
That is despite Tottenham's attack-minded revival under Ange Postecoglou


That’s regardless of Tottenham’s attack-minded revival beneath Ange PostecoglouCredit score: Reuters

The star striker left the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in August following a £104million deal with the German champions.

The England worldwide amassed a staggering whole of 278 objectives and 64 assists in 430 appearances and have become the membership’s all-time file goalscorer.

Nevertheless, the 30-year-old by no means managed to win a single trophy with Tottenham and spent the final 4 years taking part in in a defensive setup beneath Jose Mourinho, Nuno Espirito Santo and Antonio Conte.

However Kane’s former membership has turned issues round with Postecoglou implementing his attack-minded philosophy that has seen his undefeated facet climbing to second place within the desk.

Poyet is adamant the England file goalscorer will nonetheless don’t have any regrets leaving simply when Tottenham lastly began taking part in in a way that might higher go well with him.

The Greece boss admits Kane may be questioning how issues modified so shortly at his former crew, however he’ll nonetheless succeed at Bayern as he has already scored 9 objectives in eight matches.

Poyet informed SunSport: “Harry Kane is doing very properly at Bayern Munich so he can’t have any regrets about leaving Tottenham.

“I’m positive he will probably be questioning what has occurred at Tottenham provided that he spent the final three years taking part in in his personal half in a defensive setup and now they’re instantly taking part in offensive soccer and he isn’t there.

“I believe Ange Postecoglou has made an unbelievable influence and the soccer is superb.

“There have been a number of video games which have seen loads of objectives and that was anticipated however I believe that was welcome for Spurs followers. Now it’s a matter of seeing whether or not they can keep that.

“The influence has labored properly however now it’s about whether or not or not they’ll keep the adrenaline and maintain acting at that stage moderately than settling down and getting snug.

“That’s a very powerful step for Tottenham to soak up the following two or three months.


Tottenham hero Gus Poyet claims Kane might still be thinking about his former team


Tottenham hero Gus Poyet claims Kane may nonetheless be fascinated about his former crewCredit score: Getty

“I don’t suppose Harry Kane can have any regrets about leaving Spurs as a result of he’s taking part in for among the best groups on this planet in Bayern Munich the place he’s going to be difficult for each trophy, however for positive there will probably be one thing inside him pondering that what is occurring at Spurs is unbelievable.

“Each determination made by a participant can have a optimistic influence on one other and we’ve got seen that with Heung-min Son who has develop into a extra necessary participant and he’s scoring objectives and having an influence once more down the center.

“He proved the opposite day in opposition to Arsenal that for those who give him the possibility, he’ll rating loads of objectives, particularly when taking part in this sort of soccer.”

Gus Poyet was chatting with The Solar on behalf of

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