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Ending 56-year Tottenham misery must be more important to superstar than big money move away

The resident Lilywhites in the Transfer Tavern are slightly concerned with stories emerging in the media that have linked their talisman Harry Kane with a move to Real Madrid.

Tottenham Hotspur have had quite a year in 2017, as they recorded their highest ever points tally in the Premier League with 86 points and saw their crown jewel break the record for the most Premier League goals in a calendar year after bagging a starling 39 goals in 36 appearances.

Kane’s stupendous record has attracted plenty of attention from football fans and pundits all over the world who have lauded his achievements this year.

Considering Kane’s current form, he has more than earnt the right to be held in the same esteem has some of the world’s greatest players, and if he continues in the same vein it might not be too long before he wins the Ballon d’Or and puts an end to the Messi-Ronaldo era of domination in European football.

Unsusprisingly, Kane is now starting to attract interest from Europe’s heavyweight clubs, including Real Madrid according to reports in the Daily Mail.

However, Spurs fans do not need to panic just yet, as the interest has come from the supporters of Los Blancos rather than from the clubs hierarchy according to the reports.

The Madrid supporters were recently granted the opportunity to vote for Madrid’s next big signing via a poll which 100,000 people participated in, and it was Kane who won the majority of the vote.

Although there is no official interest from Madrid as of yet, the result of the poll could be a warning sign for Tottenham considering the importance of fan power in modern day football.

If Madrid do eventually attempt to lure Kane away from Tottenham, the English striker should snub their advances and build a legacy at the club.

Tottenham are currently on the verge of achieving something special, but without Kane’s influence, they will struggle to win their first league title since 1961.

With patience and time, Kane’s attitude and ability will eventually be rewarded with silverware at Tottenham, so he should remain in North-London and become one of the most highly regarded players in the history of English football.

Thoughts? 

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