Although Harry Kane departure from Tottenham Hotspur has been anticipated for the better part of a decade, there hasn’t really been any detrimental impact on the team since this summer.
Since transferring Kane’s to Bayern Munich for an initial £86 million, Tottenham haven’t dropped a single league match, and, to be completely honest, there hasn’t been much talk about how much they miss their former talisman.
Paul Robinson has been discussing Kane and the Spurs on The Debrief, and he doesn’t agree that the team would be better off without Kane, saying that the team would just play in a different manner.
According to Robinson, it would be frightful to imagine how many goals Kane would be scoring for this Tottenham squad if he were still playing there.
Kane received Robinson’s assessment in this Tottenham team. This £86 million player, according to a pundit, would be frighteningly effective for this Tottenham club.
Is Spurs’ performance without Harry Kane better or merely different? The number of goals Kane would have already scored if he had been playing with James Maddison and Kulusevski in that team scares Robinson.
If this entire fiasco has taught us anything, it’s that adding one outstanding player doesn’t guarantee that the entire team will improve.
As odd as it may sound, Kane has not been on this squad recently. And however if he were, the entire chemistry would be different.
While he would score a tonne, players like James Maddison and Heung-Min Son wouldn’t have the same opportunity to stand out as they do today since every attack would be directed via him.
Kane would be fantastic for Postecoglou’s Spurs club, but would that improve the group as a whole? We’re not certain.
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