Jamie O’Hara keen on Harry Kane to continue legacy at Spurs


English footballer Jamie O’Hara said that Kane should focus on making his legacy in Tottenham rather than moving forward to Manchester United. In the past six years,Kane has grown to be one of the best forwards in football with his time in Tottenham. He has scored 181 goals with 278 appearancesfor the club in all competitions. He has also received two Premier League golden boots in the past years.

From January onwards he had to stay on the benches as he was injured. Since then there have been many speculations that Kane will be moving away from the Spurs to other clubs. He hassaid that if Tottenham is lacking behind then he will not be hesitating to leave the club.

Harry Kane Ready to Training in Small Groups

Harry Kane has said that he is ready to train in small groups. The football in England was suspended from March due to the spread of coronavirus. There are certain speculations that the Premier League will be restarting from mid-June. The football committee has not announced anything officially and the government has also issued the matches will be only resumed if the health conditions are not hazardous to the players. England has lost thousands of lives to the virus and they are one of the countries who have been severely affected.

Kane as shown interest on group training to return on small groups. The players have returned to individual training in the past weeks which hasbrought back the football to England. This shows that COVID-19 has not diminished the hopes of people and football will be back soon. Premier Leaguecommittee has decided to take small steps on restarting the matches. They are planning on different protocols that should be followed by the players and staff.

Kane confident of appearing for England at Euro 2020

England captain Harry Kane is confident of making Gareth Southgate’s squad for the Euro 2020 in the summer. The 26-year-old picked up a hamstring injury with Tottenham Hotspur at the beginning of the year and it was initially feared that he could be sidelined for around six months after going through a surgery.

However, the marksman has made a quicker recovery than expected and speaking to Sky Sports, he is confident of returning to first-team action with Spurs by mid-April. He added that he is confident of representing the Three Lions at Euro 2020 where they are regarded as one of the favourites to pick up the silverware.

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