Jump to content
talkfootball365
  • Welcome!

    Tired of Kevins and Karens on Facebook and other social media platforms?

    Our forum is completely focused on football and moderated to keep discussions civil. Sound good? Sign up!

Harry Kane's Next Club


Harry Kane's Next Club  

23 members have voted

  1. 1. Where Will Harry Kane Go Next?

    • Real Madrid
    • Barcelona
    • PSG
      0
    • Bayern Munich
      0
    • Man City
    • Man Utd
    • Stay at Spurs


Recommended Posts

If there is going to be one which I presume there will be. I doubt he'll stay at Spurs all his career but stranger things have happened in football.

Stay in UK or go abroad?

Which teams will he suit best if he does go abroad?

Dare I say that Man City might throw all the money at Spurs to get him to replace Aguero?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Sign up to remove this ad.

I would actually like to see what he could do at Barcelona thinking of it as he's the real deal and it would be good to see an English player succeed at the club in the modern era.

But other than that, I'd rather see him stay at Spurs as it means one more competitive side in the world. These days, too many players leave solid clubs on the up and it's not always the best thing for football.

As for him moving abroad, I could see him going to Real Madrid more than anyone as they seem to always go in for Spurs' players, they also love an English player from time to time. City could be an option for him also as Aguero isn't getting any younger and Kane, as well as being the present, is still young and is also a player for the near future.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

3 minutes ago, The Rebel CRS said:

I would actually like to see what he could do at Barcelona thinking of it as he's the real deal and it would be good to see an English player succeed at the club in the modern era.

But other than that, I'd rather see him stay at Spurs as it means one more competitive side in the world. These days, too many players leave solid clubs on the up and it's not always the best thing for football.

As for him moving abroad, I could see him going to Real Madrid more than anyone as they seem to always go in for Spurs' players, they also love an English player from time to time. City could be an option for him also as Aguero isn't getting any younger and Kane, as well as being the present, is still young and is also a player for the near future.

how long do you reckon Suarez has left at Barca? Reckon Kane could go to replace him?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

13 minutes ago, Stan said:

how long do you reckon Suarez has left at Barca? Reckon Kane could go to replace him?

If it was in an unrealistic dream world, I'd be saying Mbappe and Verratti, although PSG are one of the worst clubs to do business with nowadays(then again, so are Spurs). But these are the 2 players I think are most needed for the future to keep the club be up there as challengers for everything. They are the perfect fit.

 

 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Kane would never work at Barcelona unless they change everything they’re about playing wise. Suárez has nothing whatsoever to do with how Kane plays and that isn’t being disrespectful to Kane. Kane is totally different and 100% a number 9. Barça don’t play with those and they’ve traditionally failed with them. Plus the price would be mental for the experiment. 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

6 hours ago, The Rebel CRS said:

I would actually like to see what he could do at Barcelona thinking of it as he's the real deal and it would be good to see an English player succeed at the club in the modern era.

But other than that, I'd rather see him stay at Spurs as it means one more competitive side in the world. These days, too many players leave solid clubs on the up and it's not always the best thing for football.

As for him moving abroad, I could see him going to Real Madrid more than anyone as they seem to always go in for Spurs' players, they also love an English player from time to time. City could be an option for him also as Aguero isn't getting any younger and Kane, as well as being the present, is still young and is also a player for the near future.

If there were any probability of Kane going to Barça, Florentino would block the move and manage to convince Kane to go to Real Madrid because that´s what he does. xD

Link to comment
Share on other sites

32 minutes ago, Cicero said:

When and who exactly started these Poch to United rumors? 

It's a classic 2 plus 2. According to the football media Poch could never stay at little old Spurs for more than a few years if he's doing well so they have to look for the most likely "upgrade". He's been linked with both Real and Barca too. Was surprised his name wasn't thrown around when Bayern sacked Ancelotti.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

5 minutes ago, RandoEFC said:

It's a classic 2 plus 2. According to the football media Poch could never stay at little old Spurs for more than a few years if he's doing well so they have to look for the most likely "upgrade". He's been linked with both Real and Barca too. Was surprised his name wasn't thrown around when Bayern sacked Ancelotti.

Out of the elite clubs I would say Bayern would be the best bet for Pochettino. They’re not perfect by any means but right this minute they’re the ones that fit his type of thinking for me. Definitely not Real or United... He would NEVER go to Barça because he’s an Espanyol legend. 

He’ll end up at Real Madrid and so will Harry Kane. 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

26 minutes ago, Spike said:

Even as someone that think Spurs are turds I don't want to see him leave. It'd be a crime against football romance!

Genuinely don’t think he will, not for a long time anyway, we will break the bank for him. He’s the heartbeat of the club now

Link to comment
Share on other sites

12 hours ago, El_Loco said:

If there were any probability of Kane going to Barça, Florentino would block the move and manage to convince Kane to go to Real Madrid because that´s what he does. xD

 

Mbappe would be the  main target for me.  The problem is, the club he plays at don't sell, although i've got a feeling things may implode there at some point and that could be the chance.

 

 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

48 minutes ago, The Rebel CRS said:

 

Mbappe would be the  main target for me.  The problem is, the club he plays at don't sell, although i've got a feeling things may implode there at some point and that could be the chance.

 

 

He’s only on loan at PSG. Whilst it’s expected to be a formality, it’s not nearly as cut and dried as people think. There is talk of Neymar being unhappy actually being generated by the club as a means to sell for a ludicrous price to Real to pay for Mbappe fully and see off FFP

Link to comment
Share on other sites

1 hour ago, Batard said:

He’s only on loan at PSG. Whilst it’s expected to be a formality, it’s not nearly as cut and dried as people think. There is talk of Neymar being unhappy actually being generated by the club as a means to sell for a ludicrous price to Real to pay for Mbappe fully and see off FFP

Has Neymar actually done much there? I've seen his stats and he's trailing behind Cavani.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I find it weird that people are taking it for granted that Kane would go abroad. I'm not saying he won't, but it's rare that English players do, so it should certainly be a consideration. If he doesn't fancy going abroad, it's really up to Tottenham as to whether he'll leave. If they can show ambition and win things, it's unlikely that he'll have a reason to leave to another English club. The only way I could see it happening is if Manchester United enjoy a massive resurgence, or if Manchester City have enough success in the next couple of years to become a genuine top tier club.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

1 hour ago, FOYM said:

Has Neymar actually done much there? I've seen his stats and he's trailing behind Cavani.

He started off like an express train, it’s started getting colder in Paris and he’s started to look disinterested. Take the game against Caen, Mbappe and Cavani really took the game to them, Neymar was, no surprises targeted for some tough tackling but he made a fuss about it. Ironically when Mbappe scores he was on the floor complaining. He didn’t really celebrate Cavani’s goal and wasn’t interested celebrating Mbappes goal. I don’t think right now he wants to be there. He’s still not the focal point of a team he hoped to be, the boy will never be satisfied unless he’s the be all or end all at a club. I don’t think he’ll find that at Real either. I just don’t think for all that talent his selfishness allows for him to be comparable to someone like Lionel Messi. I honestly could see him at Inter Milan at some point. I say that because they strike me as that team that he could be their everything. I just don’t see Neymar as a character in the dressing room you want when things aren’t going his way with other big personalities. 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

43 minutes ago, Burning Gold said:

I find it weird that people are taking it for granted that Kane would go abroad. I'm not saying he won't, but it's rare that English players do, so it should certainly be a consideration. If he doesn't fancy going abroad, it's really up to Tottenham as to whether he'll leave. If they can show ambition and win things, it's unlikely that he'll have a reason to leave to another English club. The only way I could see it happening is if Manchester United enjoy a massive resurgence, or if Manchester City have enough success in the next couple of years to become a genuine top tier club.

Top british players have moved abroad since football began mate!

Gary Lineker - FC Barcelona

Michael Owen - Real Madrid

Steve McManaman - Real Madrid

Mark Hughes - FC Barcelona

David Platt - Sampdoria

Ray Wilkins - AC Milan

Paul Gasgoigne - SS Lazio

Lawrie Cunnignham - Real Madrid

John Aldridge - Real Sociedad

Dalian Atkinson - Real Sociedad

Trevor Francis - Sampdoria

Graeme Souness - Sampdoria

Chris Waddle - Olympique Marseille

Glenn Hoddle - AS Monaco

Paul Lambert - Borussia Dortmund

Steve Archibald - FC Barcelona

Kevin Keegan - SV Hamburg

John Charles - Juventus

Gareth Bale - Real Madrid

David Beckham - Real Madrid

Gerry Hitchens - Internazionale

Jimmy Greaves - AC Milan

 

These off the top of my head and I’m sure if I were to search I’d find countless more.

That in general there’s been a reluctance from a fair few, yes. But massive Englsih names have been brave enough to hive it a go. 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

A decent handful of those went partially due to the European fan for English clubs to be fair.

This generation it has been a rare occurrence mostly because English clubs have wanted to keep British talent and have been able to as they have been elite clubs themselves.

Not many players leave the top 6 in England for a step up and those that have done recently are elite, top 10 in the world players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Modric (arguably), Suarez, Bale all were at the time. Kane is the first English player since Beckham and Owen to really go into this category.

Of course there have been others like Gerrard and Rooney that could have moved and called it a step up but the desire was never really there on their part because they wanted to stay at home in England which wasn't a factor for the likes of Ronaldo and Suarez. Whether Kane is the same time will tell.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

2 minutes ago, RandoEFC said:

A decent handful of those went partially due to the European fan for English clubs to be fair.

This generation it has been a rare occurrence mostly because English clubs have wanted to keep British talent and have been able to as they have been elite clubs themselves.

Not many players leave the top 6 in England for a step up and those that have done recently are elite, top 10 in the world players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Modric (arguably), Suarez, Bale all were at the time. Kane is the first English player since Beckham and Owen to really go into this category.

Of course there have been others like Gerrard and Rooney that could have moved and called it a step up but the desire was never really there on their part because they wanted to stay at home in England which wasn't a factor for the likes of Ronaldo and Suarez. Whether Kane is the same time will tell.

No other club other than Man Utd are or have been an elite club during the modern era. 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

football forum
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

 Share

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

×
×
  • Create New...