Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino reveals truth about Harry Kane’s loyalty to the club

Tottenham Hotspur talisman Harry Kane is getting attention from many big clubs.


Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has stated that he remains confident of the fact that Harry Kane will not exit the club, despite the club’s lack of trophies.

Pochettino has claimed that the Spurs number 10 does not need an endless supply of trophies season after season in order to keep him at the club. Kane has already proven his commitment towards the club, says Pochettino.

In a recent chat with Sky Sports, the Argentine boss claimed that Kane has developed into one of the best strikers in the league. He also knows how big of a role the English striker plays at Spurs and knows his value at the club. Kane who won the Premier League golden boot for two back to back seasons is one of the most feared strikers in the league today.

In recent months there have been talks of a move away from Spurs for Kane, with Real Madrid, Barcelona and numerous top European teams always lurking around in order to sign the player.

Other than the EFL Cup, Spurs have not won a major trophy since 1984 when they claimed the UEFA cup during that season.

Former Spurs boss Tim Sherwood has however suggested that Kane will leave the club due to them not winning silverware on a regular basis.

“There’s only so much loyalty someone can show. He’s been outstanding over the last couple of seasons, but that only lasts a certain amount of time,” Sherwood stated.

As a matter of fact, the 24-year-old striker penned a new five and a half year deal with Tottenham back in 2016. Pochettino has said Kane loves the club and loves to represent them; he is also looking forward to staying at the Wembley Stadium for a long time.

When asked about Tim Sherwood, Pochettino said the former Spurs boss has all the right in the world to speak about the club and Kane as well. But Kane’s future at the club depends on the player himself and not Sherwood. “The answer is Harry has the power and decision to say what he wants to do in the future,” Pochettino added.