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Harry Kane’s Future: Peter Crouch Advises Against Chasing Greener Pastures

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Peter Crouch, former Tottenham and England striker, shares his thoughts on Harry Kane’s future in an exclusive interview with TNT Sports. With speculation surrounding Kane’s potential departure, Crouch advises against chasing greener pastures.

As the Bundesliga champions, Bayern Munich, have already faced rejections for the England captain, chairman Daniel Levy remains firm on not selling their star striker. Manchester United and Real Madrid have also expressed interest.

Crouch, speaking on the transfer saga, acknowledges the challenge Kane faces, given his remaining contract year. Recognizing Tottenham as a fantastic club, Crouch believes the squad hasn’t been built around Kane adequately, hampering his trophy-winning potential.

While a Premier League exit seems likely, Crouch highlights the allure of breaking Alan Shearer’s Premier League goal record, which lies just 47 goals away. Should Kane stay and achieve this feat, Crouch suggests it would be an enduring legacy. As Tottenham prepares for their Premier League opener against Brentford under new manager Ange Postecoglou, Crouch anticipates a more attacking style of play.

He believes the appointment of Postecoglou, the first Australian manager in the English top-flight, will bring fresh ideas and an emphasis on attractive football. Crouch acknowledges some skepticism surrounding the appointment, considering the past big-name managers who didn’t succeed.

However, with the signing of James Maddison from Leicester City, Crouch is excited about the prospect of the midfielder linking up with Kane. Crouch notes that Maddison’s forward-thinking approach will alleviate Kane’s burden of dropping deep to retrieve the ball. With Maddison’s ability to feed passes into Kane’s half-spaces, Crouch expects him to galvanize the team and win over the Spurs fans.

Jon Fisher
Jon Fisher
Jon has over 20 years' experience in sports journalism having worked at the Press Association, Goal and Stats Perform, covering three World Cups, an Olympics and numerous other major sporting events.

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