Chris Sutton names one player will be so disappointed and ashamed he left Tottenham now
Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live, Sutton expressed the opinion that Kane might be unhappy about his choice to join Bayern Munich.
On the eve of the Premier League season, Kane decided to join Munich after paying a sum of £86 million to join the Bundesliga winners.
The 30-year-old has made a remarkable transition to life in Germany, and Tottenham is currently leading the league thanks to Ange Postecoglou.Spurs are now two points ahead of Manchester City and Arsenal in the league and have not yet suffered a loss. Additionally, Sutton thinks Kane will be “gutted” after seeing Postecoglou’s Tottenham team thus far this year.
Sutton thinks Kane will be ‘gutted’ he left Tottenham now
Sutton believes that Kane will have a small part of him that wishes he had stayed at Tottenham this summer, as he discussed on Monday Night Club.
“I imagine Harry is disappointed that he isn’t with Ange at Spurs,” the analyst remarked. Now that Spurs are in the air, they are playing football with aggression.
“I imagine that a small part of him feels like he would have preferred to have stayed in the Premier League.”
Kane has maintained his outstanding play in the Bundesliga and appears to be loving life in Munich right now.
After just 13 appearances across all competitions, the England captain has already scored 14 goals and given seven assists.However, Kane was open about his ambition to win championships with Spurs before leaving in the summer to play in Germany.
Even though Spurs have had a fantastic start to the season, their chances of winning the championship are still quite low.Kane would surely be upset to miss out if Tottenham were to go on to accomplish something significant this season.
However, with Bayern strong favorites to win the Bundesliga once more, the striker will have a great chance to put an end to his protracted quest for trophies this season.
Even if Spurs have had a fantastic start to life under Postecoglou, we doubt Kane will be regretting his choice just yet. The German champions are also among the favorites to win the Champions League this season.