Paul Parker believes the Bayern Munich striker is solely focused on breaking Lewandowski's record
Former England international Paul Parker has criticized Harry Kane, the striker who moved to Bayern Munich in the recent transfer market after representing Tottenham for nearly 20 seasons.
“Even if you're not a big fan of Harry Kane, you have to respect the number of goals he scores. It's really impressive. The problem is that it's not good to have him at the club. The only thing he's focused on is breaking Lewandowski's record. That's what It matters to him and after that he will want to return to the Premier League and set a new record. He is very selfish. Everyone laughs at him in England. People were talking about his departure because he wanted to. “I win titles and I will not win anything,” he began his speech in an interview with the “Wettfreunde” portal “.
He added: “The other side of the coin is that Tottenham are doing really well. When he was there I said they would be better off without him. Now it seems I'm right. When Harry Kane is at a club, everything is everything.” About him, I think Tottenham should be happy that he left them.”
Harry Kane tops the list of top scorers in the German League this season with 22 goals.
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