Harry Kane & the Golden Boot

Harry Kane set to seek advice from Wayne Rooney

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is set to seek advice from fellow England forward Wayne Rooney on building a room for all his awards.

Wayne Rooney has built an extension on his house to accommodate all his awards – the same as what Kane is planning to do.

Unprecedented levels

Harry Kane is reaching new heights this year.

He is beginning to reach the same heights sort of heights as the likes of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

In 2017, Harry Kane has managed to hit six hat-tricks; four more than both Messi and Ronaldo.

Over this calendar year, Kane has amassed 34 goals in 30 appearances; this is more goals in fewer games than Ronaldo – and is only bettered by Messi in Europe.

Just this week, his manager Mauricio Pochettino has compared his to the current holder of the Ballon d’Or Cristiano Ronaldo.

Pochetino said:

“Cristiano Ronaldo is fantastic, one of the best.

But Harry is one of the best and maybe better because he is younger.

All the strikers who are at this level have something special. They are killers. Harry has this special skill.”

Trophy room

This incredible goal-scoring record has of course seen the 24-year-old win a number of major honours.

Kane owns numerous Man of the Match awards and match balls, not to mention his two Golden Boot awards, plus his PFA Young Player of the Year award from 2015.

This has meant that he has run out of mantle piece to store these awards.

Harry Kane has admitted that he is hoping to build a designated room in his house to store all of these accolades.

“I’m hoping to build a room for them, the trophies and balls. It isn’t built yet but hopefully, it will be soon.

“At this rate, I might need a bigger room. That’s what I’m hoping for,” said Kane. 

The England forwards has now stated that he is looking to seek advice from Wayne Rooney on this matter.

Wayne Rooney is one of the country’s most decorated footballers.

Kane said:

“I’ve not seen it but I’m going to text Wayne to ask him how he built it.”