Brendan Rodgers has told his pre-match press conference that Tottenham have three ‘really big talents’ in Harry Kane, Heung-Min Son and Gareth Bale.
Tottenham’s attacking trio will be looking to spoil Leicester City’s Champions League party on the final day of the campaign.
But equally, the FA Cup winners could pile more misery on Spurs and ensure they end the campaign without any European football at all for next season.
It’s going to be a really highly-pressured game at the King Power, as Rodgers hailed Tottenham’s talented stars.
On whether he’s planning for Kane not playing given speculation about his future: “No, not at all,” said Rodgers.
“Listen, there is always speculation and gossip in this game. We will prepare to play against a team that is a top team.
“They have some outstanding players and no more so than Harry. He’s a world-class striker. He has shown over the last six or seven years at Tottenham how important he is to them and also what he is for his country.
“We will plan for him and the other talented players they have at the top end of the field. Like Son and Gareth and these guys. They are really big talents, so we have to be ready for that.”
Tottenham fans may not like to hear it but this may well be the last time Kane dons their colours.
Daniel Levy needs to show the ambition in the summer to try and keep his prized asset, but with no manager and potentially no Europe, a player of Kane’s qualities needs to be playing much higher up.
A coach and man-manager like Rodgers would be ideal for the club, but it would be difficult to lure the Northern Irishman away from the Midlands after that FA Cup win.
Plus, Leicester could be in the Champions League by Sunday evening, whilst Spurs could be questioning how on earth they have gone from finalists in the biggest club competition in the world to no Europe at all in the space of a few years.
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