After scoring the winning goal and then subsequently injuring his ankle in his sides 1-0 win against Sunderland last weekend, Tottenham have confirmed today that their star striker will spend up to two months out on the sidelines.
However, on the back of footballers like Rio Ferdinand, Gary Neville & even Mathieu Flamini investing in outside business ventures, we at CRBVIP can confirm that Harry Kane has taken this opportunity to officially launch his own product.
In order to aid his recovery, the England international this morning officially launched Kanes Canes!
After successful trials last season, which aided fellow international team mates Luke Shaw & Jack Wilshire back to full fitness, Harry Kane took to social media this morning to launch his new venture.
The canes are available in a variety of EPL team colours and are conveniently collapsable for easy storage.
Entrepreneur Kane stated;
“I am delighted to launch Kanes Canes!
I purposefully designed them in a variety of football team colours. They are also collapsable. I must thank my team mates for this unique selling point, as it was them that inspired the idea; after our collapse at the end of last season when we slipped from title favourites, to falling behind Arsenal (again!) and finishing third.”
The Spurs striker went on to add,
“After last seasons successful trials and with my unfortunate injury suffered at the weekend, the time was right to launch Kanes Canes. I have no doubt, that I will be back on the pitch in no time, to help my team qualify for next seasons Europa League”.
According to our sources, Kanes latest business idea has also inspired other England international footballers to fast track some of their own products.
Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy will be releasing a winter range of Vardys Cardies, Liverpool’s Nathanial Clyne is producing his own Wine, whilst Tottenham team mate Kyle Walker is jumping on the medical bandwagon by releasing his own range of….. well, Walkers!
As ever, CRBVIP will keep you up to date with all the latest developments upon release.