Harry Kane discusses his popularity


Harry Kane insists that this summer season’s Manchester City switch story is not going to harm his popularity at Tottenham, regardless of asking to go away the membership.

Kane was criticized for a way he went about making an attempt to assemble a transfer, which led to an error message that led him to report for coaching later than anticipated. But with Spurs firmly refusing to promote, he acknowledged defeat in his try and depart earlier this month.

The England captain has now acknowledged that his “conscience is clean” and is targeted on Spurs.

“No, I do not think so,” was Kane’s reply to talkSPORT when requested if he felt that the summer season saga had negatively affected his popularity.

“I think everyone involved in the football industry knows the ins and outs. I was pretty calm with the situation, but when you’re in it and you know the truth, then your conscience is clear.

“There will always be noise. Throughout my career, I have had ups and downs from when I was young to where I am, it’s just part of the package. Many people who know me will say that I am a professional athlete who has dedicated my life to this game and that is what I will continue to do.

“I look forward to it now, the goal has always been to win silver with Tottenham and that has been the goal every year,” he added.

Kane also stated that he managed to avoid a lot of noise and speculation about his uncertain future by staying away from his phone.

“When I’m away, I rarely use my phone to be honest,” he said. “I really try to use that time to get away from it all. I know there was a lot of noise around me but I was pretty calm. I knew how the situation was between me and the club and that is how it will remain. ”

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