Gary Lineker apologises to Premier League club as he names Harry Kane replacement at Tottenham

Gary Lineker apologizes to Tottenham Hotspur after naming Harry Kane as his replacement.

Gary Lineker, who formerly wore the Tottenham shirt and understands where the goal is, is fairly well suited to identify the type of player who could successfully replace Harry Kane.

On Saturday night, the former Tottenham Hotspur talisman made his debut for Bayern Munich, bringing a conclusion to one of the summer’s biggest transfer sagas.

As difficult as Kane’s decision may be for Tottenham’s staff and supporters, it does mean that the north Londoners can move on and no longer have to field questions about the England striker on a regular basis.

Ange Postecoglou and Daniel Levy will quickly have to work out who should replace Kane, however, and with three weeks left of the current window, there’s plenty of time to bring someone in.

Lineker, never backwards in coming forwards with an opinion, has tweeted that Brighton and Hove Albion’s Evan Ferguson should be the replacement.

In so doing, he also apologised to the Seagulls, though that’s unlikely to spare him from a tongue lashing from Brighton fans who’ve already seen Alexis Mac Allister depart, and Moises Caicedo on the verge of moving to Chelsea for a British record fee.

Ferguson would be a reasonable enough ‘like-for-like’ swap, and indeed, isn’t the worst shout in the world from Lineker, but there’ll surely be plenty of other names for Tottenham to consider in the coming days.


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