Kane is incompatible with Ronaldo and Juve should sign Jesus, says Toni

first_imgHARRY KANE could NOT play up front with Cristiano Ronaldo, according to Italy legend Luca Toni.The Spurs and England striker looks like finishing the season without a trophy will even Champions League qualification is up in the air.3 Harry Kane wouldn’t be the right fit to play up front with Cristiano Ronaldo at JuventusCredit: ReutersIt will inevitably lead to summer transfer rumours that Kane could seek pastures news, with Manchester United and Real Madrid sure to be interested.And a switch to Italian football might not be out of the question either.Juventus would be the most likely destination, with Ronaldo advancing in years despite scoring goals aplenty still.But Toni, who played for Juve towards the end of his career and won the World Cup with Italy in 2006, thinks that a Kane/Ronaldo partnership wouldn’t work.JUVE SHOULD GO FOR JESUSAnd the 42-year-old thinks Manchester City hitman Gabriel Jesus would be a better fit.Speaking to Tuttosport, Toni said: “CR7 is not a pure center forward, but he is the one who scores the most and must score the most goals.”A finisher, such as Kane, who I consider the best of the under 30s, is not necessarily perfect for Cristiano Ronaldo.”I see Gabriel Jesus as a better option, who assists at City but also scores a lot, he opens spaces for his teammates, presses and is only 22 years old.”Last season in the Premier League Kane scored 17 goals in 28 games. The one before that he finished with 30 in 37 and in 2017-18 he bagged 29 in just 30.Ronaldo notched 21 goals in 31 Serie A games in his first season in Italy after signing in the summer of 2018.BARNES URGES KANE TO STAYSunSport reported how Kane has been urged to stay at Tottenham and help them win trophies by football legend John Barnes.Barnes, who spent 10 years with Liverpool and was regarded as one of the finest players of his generation, believes Kane should spurn the interest.Speaking to to BonusCodeBets.co.uk, the 56-year-old said: “Harry Kane should not look to leave Tottenham if he loves Spurs and is a fan of the club.”If all players wanted to leave their club to win a trophy, all the players would go to Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester City or a Liverpool, and you’ll never have anyone playing anywhere else.”You know you’re a Tottenham fan, you want to play for Tottenham so stay at Tottenham to try and help them win.Most Read In FootballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by Celtic”Very similar with Bryan Robson at Manchester United. United and England captain at the time, whilst United were not doing well, he could have easily left.”He thought I’m going to stay at Manchester United and help them to win.”Kane was on the way back to full fitness after a hamstring injury before coronavirus put the Premier League season on hold.3 Luca Toni thinks Juventus should move for Gabriel JesusCredit: Corbis3 Cristiano Ronaldo continues to set the bar high with his goalscoring exploitsCredit: AP:Associated PressMost valuable players in world revealed with Lionel Messi down in EIGHTH as Kylian Mbappe leads list at £189mlast_img read more

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Grey Nomads leave Aus for South East Asia

first_imgImage Source: whereilive Elderly Australians may follow the younger crowds to South East Asia, opting for a cheaper, non-traditional holiday, according to a recent survey by Roy Morgan Research.Known as ‘Grey Nomads’, these 50+ year-old travellers are set to take advantage of the discounted prices, warmer climate and adventurous landscape of Asian destinations.“Grey Nomads have been a critical sector for the Australian tourism industry, particularly in regional and rural areas,” said tourism pioneer Tony Charters.“With dwindling superannuation returns and pensions and improved longevity and wellbeing, the potential is there for older Australians to opt for Asian destinations where they can live like royalty for $20 to $30 a day.” The consumer survey by Roy Morgan revealed one in two Australians intend to take an overseas trip in the next 12 months.Mr Charters said Australia needs to prepare for a large amount of Australian’s holidaying overseas before the emerging markets of China and India have any serious effect on domestic tourism.Grey Nomads are poised to take advantage of the high Australian dollar and travel abroad.“We have seen petrol price hikes in the past curbing Grey Nomads travel, so it seems highly likely that more and more older Australians will seize the opportunity Asian destinations offer for warm climates and inexpensive living,” he said.“Many Australians in their 50’s and 60’s now are very comfortable and familiar with Asian destinations, so the Australian industry would be wise to factor in dwindling Nomad numbers in the future.” Tony Charters, together with the Victoria Tourism Industry Council (VTIC), will co-convene the Tourism and Events Excellence (TEE) conference in Melbourne next week. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: P.Tlast_img read more

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