Kane: I'm not too young to be England captain
Harry Kane says he believes he would be ready for the England captaincy should the opportunity arise.
Harry Kane was born on July 28th, 1993 in Chingford, England.
Kane started his career in youth team of Ridgeway Rovers in 1999, and from 2001 until 2002 he was at the Arsenal, then again with Rovers (2002-2004), from where he transferred to Waltford in 2004, and the same year he left for Tottenham Hotspur.
In 2009, Kane became a member of Hotspur's senior team, and he is still there, though on a loan to Leicester City.
Kane is also a captain of England's national team. He started playing for national team in 2010, with England U17.
Five years later, he became one of the players in senior national team.
Harry Kane is playing forward, and his jersey number is 10. He has finished 2016/2017 Premier League season as a top scorer, with 29 goals.
For his excellence, Kane was awarded his second consecutive Golden Boot. He is one of only five players to do so.
When he is not on a football field, Kane likes to relax by playing golf. He is also a father to the Ivy Jane Kane, who was born this year. Kane's wife is his childhood sweetheart Katie Goodland.