Oh so that I can see 12 months into the future and see how the next year has gone for Harry Kane.

If everything falls into place, he could have captained England for the World Cup, broken his country’s scoring record and sent Spurs back to the Champions League.

Get up Sir Harry etc …

On the flip side, we could talk around this time next year about yet another missed opportunity for England at a major tournament, and whether Kane, 30 in 2023, will ever win a trophy. Kane could even have left Tottenham by then, but with the arrival of Antonio Conte it seems less likely. Kane has been extremely excited with Conte’s arrival, and after less than two months of working under the Italian, he feels more fit than he would have thought possible in such a short time.

In the absence of a crystal ball, what we can do for next year is explain the latest news regarding Kane’s future at Tottenham and dig deeper into the numbers to get a feel for how it is going. of his game, both in terms of style and going out.

Should we be worried about Kane’s worst Premier League start to a season since entering Spurs first team? Are there any doubts about his ability to one day break Alan Shearer’s record for goals in the division? How lucky was another one dominated by speculation about its future?

There are a lot of pressing issues surrounding Kane, such as a tumultuous year which involved losing the Euro 2020 final and not getting the desired transfer for