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Son Heung-min appears to have liked a social media post that says that no player is bigger than the club.
Kane's potential move away from Spurs took a huge turn this week, with the striker reportedly missing training on Monday and Tuesday without permission from the club.
The England captain told the club at the end of last season that he wanted to leave, as he wants to start winning trophies.
That's also the topic of the post that Son has liked on social media, that points out Kane hasn't won anything during his time in north London and pointed out that no played is bigger than the club.
"A player is never bigger than a club. 'Harry Kane FC' has 0 Trophies. Tottenham Hotspur has 26 Trophies," the post said.
"It is understood that Harry Kane does not want to remain at Spurs following a lack of success, however his attitude and methods of attempting to force a transfer, are disrespectful. Kane has the right to leave yet not to take about it in this matter!"
Sonny active on insta :eyes: pic.twitter.com/gxU6nFAzjp
- Blauer :rocket: (@BlauerTHFC) August 3, 2021
Welcome Son HeungMin to the We Hate Harry Kane club. pic.twitter.com/hm4YxfLXPb
- Mac (@Tweetgood_Mac) August 4, 2021
Honestly it kind of makes sense Son would be the one most annoyed at Kane; reality is that Son has always been a big game performer and has contributed enormously to getting the club to opportunities to win trophies and every time Kane has not turned up, yet is acting like this
- Donny's Team (@LabroniciSpurs) August 4, 2021
If Son wins a trophy at Spurs before Kane at Man City, he deserves a statue outside the stadium pic.twitter.com/YOH577eyOg
- Chaz (@chaz_thfc) August 4, 2021
Son is already a fan favourite at Tottenham and the fact the South Korean forward has signed a new deal will only make him more popular.
The former Bayer Leverkusen forward continuing to try and win something for the club, whilst Kane tries to force a move away, certainly won't harm him either.
It's been 13 years since the north London club last won a trophy, when they beat Chelsea in the final of the League Cup, and they've only had near misses since.
Kane and Son have been in losing two finals together, in the Champions League in 2018 and the Carabao Cup earlier this year.
Kane wasn't fully fit for either and failed to have any impact on the games, as Spurs lost to Liverpool and Manchester City, respectively.
The England striker also lost the Euro 2020 final this summer, whilst Son at least won gold at the Asian Games in 2018.
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