Harry Kane post three-word message with Tottenham player, it will feel heartbreaking

Who would have thought it, Harry Kane no longer being referred to as a Tottenham Hotspur player as he prepares for England duty.

Harry Kane and James Maddison

Tottenham’s ambassador to the world right now is James Maddison, who recently surprised Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka.

Harry Kane of Bayern Munich posted a three-word comment on his Instagram account on Wednesday while posing with Tottenham’s new star that simply read, “Back at it.”

It’s unfortunate that the Spurs fans never got to see the duo work their magic on a Premier League stage because it would have been devastating.

The immaculate start to Ange Postecoglou’s team’s new Premier League season and their prodigious goal-scoring, which includes five against Burnley last time out, Ian Wright finds to be “quite scary.”

Kane would have already scored a hat-trick if he were still at Hotspur, much like Son Heung-min did at the weekend.


Tottenham proving to be better without Kane

They are performing and appearing much better than they did earlier in the season when they had their club-record goal scorer.

Postecoglou deserves a lot of credit for that since he has brought the team together after a season that last time around severely affected their morale.

In addition, players like Maddison are taking on greater responsibility, which is positive for the team’s future.


Revealed: Door opens for Tottenham to sign PL 25-yr-old who’s been training alone.

Sources: Door opens for Tottenham to sign Adarabioyo after Fulham development

According to sources cited by Football Insider, Tottenham now has a chance to sign Fulham defender Tosin Adarabioyo, who is out of favor with the club.

The 25-year-old was coveted by Spurs, who were up against AS Monaco for his services, but a last-minute transfer fell through, and he stayed at Craven Cottage.

The fact that Adarabioyo is in the final year of his contract and is thought to have damaged relationships at Fulham would make it challenging for him to reenter the lineup.

Football Insider revealed last month (on August 21) that Fulham was preparing for the Englishman’s departure this summer and has been looking at bringing in a new center-back.

He eventually stayed in London after Adarabioyo’s transfer to Monaco was refused.

The center-back had been working out by himself until recently and has only played as a substitute once this season after being omitted from the matchday squad for the first two games.

Adarabioyo joined Fulham in 2020 after graduating from the Man City academy, and the club activated an extension in January of this year to keep him there through the summer.

Adarabioyo joined Fulham in 2020 after graduating from the Man City academy, and the club activated an extension in January of this year to keep him there through the summer.


James Maddison and Bukayo Saka will be on opposite sides of the opposing teams when Arsenal and Tottenham square off in the north London derby later this month.

Both Arsenal and Tottenham are unbeaten in the Premier League as of right now, and there is a good chance that will be the case when they face off on September 24.

James Maddison presents Bukayo Saka with award

Bukayo Saka turned 22 on Tuesday, and James Maddison gave him a gift in the form of the England men’s Player of the Year title.

Saka showed respect for Maddison by posting a statement on his Instagram story, something Tottenham supporters will appreciate.

Saka added the phrase “top guy” with raised hands and a heart emoji to a photo of the two players hugging after receiving the honor.

The atmosphere is currently pleasant as England gears up for a Euro 2024 qualifier against Ukraine before a ferocious match against Scotland, but that will change in a few weeks.

Arsenal v Tottenham and Saka v Maddison

Last year, Mikel Arteta’s team defeated their fierce rivals twice, including at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, where Martin Odegaard scored an incredible goal.

However, Spurs supporters will claim that under their new manager Ange Postecoglou, things are much different since they are playing aggressively and they have fired their clumsy goalie, Hugo Lloris.

Given how both sides are currently performing, you shouldn’t expect anything less from a North London derby given how fun and goal-filled they typically are.

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