Kane express desire to Play NFL After Retirement

Kane express desire to Play NFL After Retirement

Kane express desire to Play NFL After Retirement

Since winning a place in Tottenham's starting 11, Kane has become one of the best strikers in Europe over the past five seasons, with clubs like Real Madrid perpetually rumored to be interested in signing him.

Kane is expected to train separately at the new stadium on Thursday afternoon, where he is likely to take the opportunity to visualise scoring plenty of goals.

"It's bad, it's unacceptable", Kane told Sky Sports. It's not acceptable in football or any part of life.

Concise News learnt that, despite much-delayed, the over-budget stadium is set to host its first senior game next Wednesday as Crystal Palace visit in the Premier League.

Danny Rose and a number of other black players were subjected to monkey chants from Montenegro fans during England's match against the team.

We can't wait to take to the pitch and play there. "Of course, we all know what happened when I last played football but thankfully everything has been fine since then and I can't wait to put my boots on again and play some minutes in this wonderful new venue".

"It's massive for us", added Kane, who was collecting his MBE from Buckingham Palace.

The first-team squad sampled the facilities as the group were together for the first time following the worldwide break, building up to Sunday's trip to Liverpool.

Despite the fact they have yet to win a trophy under Mauricio Pochettino they have been challenging on all fronts for the past couple of years and, with summer investment in the team on the cards, that will continue.

"Their fans are obviously very loud and enthusiastic so we've got to try and zone that out and focus on ourselves and try to get a result".

However NFL kickers regularly play deep into their 30s and early 40s in a position which requires them to be on the field for just a few seconds per game.

Harry Kane has said he is willing to change that if necessary.

"We both want the same things", said Kane.

"I think the break for Spurs, the fact that they've got all their players back will be big for them", Jenas told BBC Radio 5 live.

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