English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur recently made two brilliant moves for this season. First, they appointed Jose Mourinho as their coach. And secondly, they got Gareth Bale in their side from a single-season loan term from the Spanish side Real Madrid. But on a contrary, Glenn Hoddle believes this season will be extremely deciding for the Spurs striker Harry Kane.
Spurs last bagged a noticeable victory while they achieved the League Cup way back in 2008. But since then, they faced several near misses while missing the final spot in the UEFA Champions League a few seasons back. Moreover, they failed to deliver super impressive performances in the Premier League too.
Glenn Hoddle believes Harry Kane will leave Tottenham Hotspur if he can’t win silverware for the team
While talking about the 27-year-old English striker, former Tottenham Hotspur player and coach Glenn Hoddle told The Gary Newbon Sports Show, “Harry Kane needs a bit of silverware at the end of this season if he’s going to stay.” The former coach said, “I think Gareth Bale’s come to win trophies for Tottenham, I think [Heung-min] Son is another one who wants to win something for Tottenham.”
While talking about the current prospect of Spurs for the Premier League this season, he said, “There’s a lot of players there who put in a lot of hard work building Tottenham up in the last four or five years, going to the Champions League final, but they haven’t won anything, haven’t got anything to show for the work that has been put in and it’s a make or breaks season for them.”
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He said, “Dele Alli would be the first to admit he’s not playing at his very best.” The former coach further added, “I think what Jose knows is that Dele Alli at his very best is a goalscoring machine and when they get him back to his best – and he will come through, he’s only a young lad that’s not hit his peak – he’ll come through it without a doubt.”
Glenn Hoddle said, “I hope Alli doesn’t down tools, he needs to knuckle down, improve his play and he’ll be back in the team.” He then added, “I hope he hasn’t lost his mojo. Even people say, ‘at Manchester United he didn’t do well, it wasn’t for us, he didn’t do well’, he won two trophies!” He further added, “If he won the Europa League and FA Cup for Tottenham, they’d be holding him up and taking him around that lovely new stadium.”