Tottenham's Harry Kane still chasing Mohamed Salah in race for Golden Boot

Lynette Rowe
May 13, 2018

Kane has scored 28 league goals this season and is in contention to win his third successive Premier League Golden Boot award but is three goals behind Liverpool's Mohammed Salah ahead of the final game of the campaign. "The last few seasons have become insane, no?"

"But of course we can provide very good salaries or spend good money and it is a very attractive club for the player".

"It was always in my mind to come back to the Premier League to show the people that say I didn't succeed here the first time".

It will be the last game for Tottenham and for us it will be an opportunity to play in front of fantastic fans and people, in a fantastic stadium.

Spurs will probably have to spend big in order to challenge the Manchester clubs but Pochettino still believes his approach can be successful.

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He said: "Sometimes we can not have success or we do not have the good result or reward, but about the performance and desire, we have to put on the pitch our best performance, collectively and individually. We rushed some decisions and made mistakes". It's important with the new stadium.

"I don't know. It is too hard to guess what is going to happen", the manager said at a press conference while responding to a question on being vulnerable to losing players. We'll try to do the same as previous year. Sometimes, you have to wait on one or two chances.

"Now, after 23 years in the Premier League, this is the first time Tottenham are above the other London clubs".

"Only you know in football that everything can happen".

A clause in Alderweireld's contract states that, if Spurs trigger the year-long extension until 2020, the player can leave for a fee of £25m up to 14 days before the end of the 2019 summer transfer window.

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