Harry Kane ‘couldn’t do a damn thing’ in training as an 18-year-old at Tottenham, according to former Spurs keeper Heurelho Gomes… with ex-team-mate Rafael van der Vaart giving an insight to a young Kane – and urging him to join Man United
- Rafael van der Vaart revealed Heurelho Gomes didn’t rate 18-year-old Kane
- The Spurs legend said the former keeper said Kane ‘couldn’t do a damn thing’
- Kane has since gone on to prove him wrong with 215 goals for Tottenham
- The Spurs legend also suggested that Kane should leave for Manchester United
Rafael van der Vaart revealed that former Tottenham goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes thought Harry Kane ‘couldn’t do a damn thing’.
The Spurs legend played at White Hart Lane when Kane was working his way through the ranks at senior level and at the time, not everyone in the Spurs squad rated him very highly.
Kane has since gone on to prove his doubters wrong, scoring 215 goals for the club in all competitions.
Rafael van der Vaart revealed that not everyone in the Spurs squad rated Harry Kane at 18
Former Spurs keeper Heurelho Gomes said Kane ‘can’t do a damn thing’ when he started out
At the time, Harry Kane was working his way through the ranks at Tottenham in the senior side
Explaining Gomes’ opinion on Kane, Van der Vaart told Ziggosport: ‘A nice story, when he first came to train with us, he was eighteen years old, and I swear to you, Gomes, our goalkeeper at the time, said: he can’t do a damn thing.
‘You see, he is now the best striker after Lewandowski.’
The Dutchman also weighed in on Kane’s future in North London amid suggestions that he may leave the club this summer.
Kane (pictured) has since gone on to score 215 goals for the club in all competitions
Kane has been linked with Manchester United and Manchester City, following the announcement of Sergio Aguero’s departure, but van der Vaart believes that Old Trafford would be the best destination for him.
‘He (Keane) is right, although, of course, he is the man at Tottenham. It may sound crazy, but you would almost say go to Manchester United or something, stay in England.
‘Usually, it’s not such a success when an English player goes to Madrid.’
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