Read Up “Son Heung-min says Harry Kane’s persistent speculation is “not easy” for him, but he lauds Spurs’ stand-in captain’s professionalism.” After a busy few days in Bangkok, Son and Kane have arrived in Singapore for the last stage of their Asia-Pacific preseason tour.
Sunday’s friendly between Tottenham and Leicester was canceled due to inclement weather, and the day before, a writer from the German magazine BILD presented the new head coach of Tottenham, Ange Postecoglou, with a Bayern Munich jersey that read “Kane 9” on the back at the coach’s pre-game press conference.
Postecoglou was not at all impressed, but the commotion around Kane doesn’t seem to be dying down. Bayern is anticipated to make a third offer later this month, and overnight rumours suggested Manchester United would reenter the fight to capture the attacker.
Hugo Lloris, who was left in England to finalize a transfer away from the club, has praised Kane, who is serving as captain on Tottenham’s tour. Kane has been praised by his longtime striking partner.
Son told reporters in Bangkok, “Harry has been amazing for me. “He always acts professionally and diligently.
He has never displayed thoughts about himself. It’s difficult for him as well because of all the publicity, but he is currently the team’s captain and working with them.
He doesn’t appear to be distracted. He enjoys his time here. His playing is my favorite. He has all my respect.
He has consistently been ranked among the top strikers in the world for five, six, or seven years. Harry and the club will make the decision, and we must respect it.
“Because I don’t know anything, I can’t comment on the decision’s outcome. Harry most likely doesn’t know. All we can do is wait.
As he announced his impending departure from Crystal Palace, Wilfried Zaha addressed an emotional message to the club’s supporters.
Following the expiration of his contract with Palace a month ago, the attacker is currently in Turkey to finalize his move to Galatasaray on a free transfer.
After spending some time with Manchester United in 2015, Zaha came back to Crystal Palace to continue his career with the Eagles, where he played 458 times and scored 89 goals.
On one of his social media accounts, he sent the following message: “As I start a new chapter, I want to speak to you Palace fans who mean so much to me.”
“We have been through so much together, including 10 years in the Premier League,” he said. “We are so proud of what we have accomplished.” There are a lot of incredible memories that I will carry with me for the rest of my life, and there were also some really challenging times along the way. Nevertheless, I am extremely delighted to have played a part in getting us to the Premier League and in helping to keep us there.
Since I was eight years old, I’ve worn the Palace jersey. It’s become like a second skin to me, and whenever I wore it, I always gave everything I had.
“You have all seen me angry and frustrated, but you’ve also seen my hunger and passion and the joy that I take from winning, and I hope that is the memory that lives on in the minds of Palace fans.” “You have all seen me angry and frustrated.”