Ben Davies says he thoroughly enjoyed sharing a dressing room with Harry Kane, admitting that he was sad to see the striker leave Tottenham in the summer.

Kane, who is undoubtedly one of Tottenham’s biggest modern-day legends, left his boyhood club to join Bayern Munich in the summer.

The striker, who became the club’s record goalscorer last season, was not just Spurs’ best player but also one of the most influential voices in the dressing room and the face of the club, which is why his departure signalled the end of an era in N17.

Davies knows the England captain well both on and off the pitch, having shared a dressing room with the striker for nine years since his move to the North London club from Swansea City back in 2014.

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Ben Davies was sad to see Harry Kane leave Spurs

The left-back has now told TNT Sports: “I would say Harry Kane as well, it was sad to see him go after all this time, but he was an incredible player and I was lucky to play with him.”

Meanwhile, The Daily Mail revealed last week that Kane, who was back at Hotspur Way training with England during the international break, reconnected with former players and staff at the club and said a proper goodbye, having not had the chance to do so in the summer.

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There was certainly a big leadership void at Spurs in the summer following Kane’s departure and Lloris’ demotion, which has been filled admirably by the likes of Son Heung-min and James Maddison so far.

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