According to reports, Harry Kane wants to play until the age of 40 before retiring from football.
The England striker has excelled since leaving Tottenham for Bayern Munich in the summer transfer window.
Kane has netted three hat-tricks for Bayern Munich so far, increasing their chances of retaining the Bundesliga title in the process.
And he has already netted 21 goals from just 16 appearances in all competitions, further enhancing his reputation as one of the best No. 9s in world football.
Harry Kane has no plans to rejoin Tottenham amid his excellent form for Bayern Munich
According to the Daily Mail, Kane wants to play until the age of 40 before retiring from football.
This will likely depend on injuries, with the forward remaining free from any serious problems during his career so far.
When Kane left Tottenham for Bayern in the summer, it was reported that a return one day was a possibility.
After all, as the club’s all-time leading scorer, Spurs would likely welcome the 30-year-old with open arms.
However, hopes of a homecoming in Hollywood have now fizzled out.
The publication says Kane is unlikely to rejoin his club with the current board in place.
There is probably resentment at the way Tottenham have been run over the last few years.
For a while they made substantial progress under Mauricio Pochettino, even reaching the 2019 Champions League final.
Yet Tottenham chose to turn the tables by sacking Pochettino after just a few months.
Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte were brought in with the task of finally ending Spurs’ wait for a trophy as successive winners.
They have not lifted any silverware since defeating Chelsea in the EFL Cup final in 2008.
But both Mourinho and Conte have steered Tottenham away from the progressive football they were playing under Pochettino.
Current Tottenham boss Ange Postecoglou has done wonders since his appointment in the summer.
However, recent defeats to Chelsea and Wolves have dealt a blow to their hopes of winning the Premier League title for the first time.
Kane is expected to be involved when England face North Macedonia on Monday night.
He criticized the Three Lions on Friday night after their straightforward 2-0 win over Malta at Wembley.
“Let’s say it wasn’t our best performance, but sometimes you play a team that has more quality than people think,” the 30-year-old said.
“At the beginning of the game, we missed the right pace. We were loose and we couldn’t build properly.
“In the second half we controlled more and created chances. But overall, it is a 2-0 win.”
England are unbeaten so far heading into Monday’s Euro 2024 qualifying match.
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Harry Kane was critical of England after the recent win over Malta
They have won six of their seven matches, with a draw against Ukraine in September the only time they have failed to finish on top.
England are six points clear at the top of their group, with Italy and Ukraine both on 13 points each.