Tom Holland has urged Harry Kane and Son Heung-min to leave his beloved Tottenham Hotspur to allow them to “win the Champions League together”.
The Spider-Man actor has previously expressed his love for Spurs, even trying to lure Kylian Mbappe to join the 2021 Ballon d’Or celebrations.
His view of membership has become particularly pessimistic as he now encourages top players to leave to further their careers.
When requested Unilad As for what he wants to say to Kane, Holland said: “I would say go to Real Madrid. Go and be the best footballer in the world that you deserve to be.
After revealing Son was his favorite player, the actor added: “I would say go with him, go with him, please win the Champions League together.”
Tottenham fan Tom Holland has urged Harry Kane and Son Heung-min to go to Real Madrid.
He urged Kane (right) to become “the best player in the world” and needed two strikers to “win the Champions League together”.
Tottenham Hotspur 2022-2023 2016 season was one of the most stormy in their current historical past.
They sacked manager Antonio Conte in March after he took a rare stand on his personal players and finished eighth in the league, their worst finish for 14 years.
It came despite an impressive season for Kane, who reached 30 goals for the fifth time in all competitions. Manchester United have shown an interest in signing the England captain, but they are unwilling to pay the £100m price tag Daniel Levy has placed on him.
Holland drew parallels between his support for Spurs and his appearance in declining moments of work, continuing: “Being a Tottenham Hotspur fan is like being in a crowded room, it taught me resilience.
“Tottenham have never won and it’s been difficult to support them. It’s no secret that my performance has been so appallingly judged, but I’m here today because I’m resilient.
Despite reaching the Champions League final in 2019, Tottenham haven’t won a major trophy since the League Cup in 2006.
Their last league title was won 60 years ago, in 1961, and a major season outside Europe since 2007 does not suggest they are on the right track.
They will be managed next season by former Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou, who will be hoping to push back into the top four after a difficult 12 months in north London.
Former Cetic boss Ange Postecoglou will manage Spurs next season