Harry Kane wants to retire in the USA but as an NFL player

Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur celebrates after scoring his sides first goal during the Premier League match

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The English National team captain intends to play in the United States one day, but he does not plan to join the MLS he wants to be part of the NFL.

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Harry Kane, one of the most lethal strikers in Europe and captain of the English National Team, has a big dream that is not precisely on a soccer field, as the Premier League player wants to one day make the big jump to the States but to the NFL.

He is a devoted fan of the National Football League and has the desire to become the best athlete in history, this by joining one of the most prestigious American Leagues when he retires from soccer.

In an interview with ESPN, the English forward talked about this dream of his, of one day being able to join a football team. "It's definitely something I want to try in say 10 or 12 years because I'm a very competitive person."

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Kane mentioned too that one could be considered the best athlete in history if after playing in the Premier League and being part of a World Cup you end up joining the NFL.

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The Tottenham Hotspur striker talked about the Patriots quarterback and their similarities, saying that not many people believed that Brady was talented.

"Not everyone believed in Brady's talent or even that he could play in the NFL and in the end he became the best," something he relates too as people didn't see him as a great prospect at the beginning.