Harry Kane.

Tottenham fans will hate Piers Morgan's message for Harry Kane ahead of the derby

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When Harry Kane burst onto the scene a lot of football fans he would be a one-season-wonder.

How wrong they were.

In his breakthrough campaign in the 2014/2015 season, Kane notched an impressive 21 times in 31 Premier League appearances.

He has gone from strength to strength ever since, having won the Premier League Golden Boot in the past two seasons with 25 goals in 2015/2016, and 29 goals in 2016/2017.

And despite suffering from a few injury problems this year, he has already scored 13 goals in 14 games in all competitions this term, with people starting to consider him one of the most deadly strikers in the world.


Kane has been suffering with a knee injury recently sustained in Tottenham's 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace, which forced him to pull out of the England squad for the international break.

There was concerns over whether the English striker will be available for Tottenham's clash with Arsenal on Saturday, but Pochettino has dispelled these fears.

The Argentine manager insisted he would be available for the North London derby, claiming: "Harry Kane is OK.

"He's very good. In the last game he received a kick in his knee, but don't worry, he'll be available for the next game.



And ahead of Saturday's derby, Piers Morgan, an avid Arsenal fan, has delivered a sensational message to Harry Kane.

Despite being a rival fan, Morgan admits he is a huge admirer of Kane, and urged him to 'come home' to Arsenal.

Speaking to Sky Sports, Morgan said: "Harry Kane's brilliant. World-class? I think Harry Kane is world-class.

"Fortunately, he's so good that Real Madrid or Barcelona will buy him next season, so we haven't got to worry about him for much longer!

"We did it with Sol Campbell so we can do it again - Harry Kane's a Gooner and we will get him back. Harry, we need you. Come home!"


Morgan, who is also known for his passionate rants about Arsene Wenger on Twitter, once claimed in 2015 that Harry Kane was not even good enough to get on Arsenal's bench.

Awkward. He's clearly had a change in heart now.

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Mauricio Pochettino
Tottenham Hotspur

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