Tottenham Hotspur have secured a Champions League spot for the next season and their striker Harry Kane has stated that it will help the club in bringing in big stars.
Spurs are famous for operating on a shoestring budget when compared to the other big clubs in the Premier League but there has been a lot of pressure on Daniel Levy during the past couple of months to up his game and bring in some big-name players into the squad.
And now Harry Kane has hinted that Champions League football for the next season will help attract a lot of new players during the summer transfer window.
Kane said, as reported by ESPN: “One-hundred percent, it is the big attraction. It is what everyone wants, especially the top players around the world,
“It’s massive. For us. It is important with the new stadium. You want to be playing Champions League football and I can’t wait for those Champions League nights at the new home.
“You never know in football. In transfer windows, you can never put your finger on it. But it is a big attraction, a massive new stadium, a great team.
“The next step is winning stuff but this is a big year for us, hopefully, we can have a massive year next year and win some trophies.”
While speaking about the club’s future ambitions, Harry Kane might have also given a subtle hint about his future at White Hart Lane.
The striker has been the subject of interest from a series of top European clubs and rumours have been circulating around the British media that Kane might opt to join a new club for the upcoming season in the hopes of winning a silverware.