How do you say ‘he’s one of our own’ in German?
Well, just so you know, it’s ‘Er ist einer von uns‘, which may be wildly inaccurate depending on Google Translate.
But why are we giving you an impromptu German lesson?
Because, and we’re sorry to break this to you Spurs fans, Harry Kane is on his way to the Bundesliga to play for Werder Bremen.
Don’t believe us? Just take a look at Bremen’s official Twitter account for confirmation.
Harry Kane… hurricane. Get it?
Okay, they’re obviously having a little joke, so you can relax Spurs fans.
But, if Kane had a change of heart and decided Bremen was where his future lies, he’d link up with former Gooner Serge Gnabry and ex-Chelsea striker Claudio Pizarro.
We can see it now.
Kane arrives in Bremen and inspires them to a first league title in ten years, scoring 40 goals and beating Robert Lewandowski to the golden boot.
The stuff of dreams, unless you’re a Spurs fan of course.
A one-season wonder, they said…