Gary Neville makes Tottenham transfer prediction about Harry Kane

Gary Neville makes Tottenham transfer prediction about Harry Kane

Tottenham got goals from Victor Wanyama (6′) and Harry Kane (48′), and it was enough to edge out the only scoring from United (Wayne Rooney in the 71′).

A video showing famous moments from the club's history, narrated by British actor and Spurs fan Kenneth Branagh, was played on the stadium's two big screens before the parade of former greats.

A ceremony featuring figures from the club's past will take place after the game and fans have been offered the chance to buy their seats for £50 ($64.40, 59 euros). "It's hard to describe", said Pochettino. "Now we can enjoy it, take our families around the pitch and say thank you to the fans", Kane said.

"Second position is fantastic for us with 80 points and being unbeaten at White Hart Lane in the last season here".

"Of course there's going to be transfer rumours over the summer, but I think I'd be very surprised if most of us are not still here next season".

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"It was special out there after the final match, but imagine what it would be like winning a Premier League, or winning an FA Cup or a Champions League or something". "We all wanted to win the game so badly on our last game here. (I'd thought before the game that) to score the winning goal or something like that would be special, and for it to happen is just wonderful", he told Sky Sports News. "I put a foot out and to see it go in was special".

He added: "We've just got to next season go out and try and win some trophies, and go into the new season as proper title contenders and players who can win trophies".

Manchester United, on the other hand, now find a top four place out of reach, with success in the Europa League final against Ajax their only chance of booking a place in next season's Champions League. "I'm not upset. We had to make that decision", said José Mourinho. "We know you won't believe us, you almost won the league!"? We're young but we're getting more experience year in, year out.

"I don't want to think about next season - I want to think about the final we have to play in". It's as simple as that. "So it's difficult, difficult, but we know what we are doing". If we can win a third title [of the season] it will be magnificent for us. "He did it for Celtic in that career-defining game against Barcelona in 2012, he did it in a remarkable man of the match display in the North London derby a couple of weeks ago and he did it again today".