Earlier this week, Tottenham star Harry Kane made it clear to the club that will leave at the end of the season.
It has been a long time for the 27-year-old at Tottenham, but the Spurs skipper hasn’t had a taste of trophy success in those years.
Tottenham played their last home game of the season, and it ended in a 2-1 defeat to Aston Villa.
The Tottenham star walked around the ground with a disappointed look as he gave a personal wave and clap to the fans in attendance at the stadium, and it looked like his final goodbye to the Spurs faithful.
Spurs hero Michael Dawson told BBC Sport: “Harry Kane’s given everything for this club, but not finishing in the top four for Champions League – he deserves to be playing at the highest level.
“He scores goals year after year, and he wants that opportunity.
“The Spurs fans appreciate him because he has given everything he can for that club.”
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