FORMER Tottenham striker Peter Crouch has slammed the club following their Champions League knockout.
The North London side were held to a goalless draw at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium which saw them knocked out of the competition against AC Milan.
And the flat nature of the performance has seen fans and pundits alike rip into manager Antonio Conte and his flops.
Former Spurs ace Crouch has joined this sentiment, questioning whether there is even a point in them even qualifying.
He told BT Sport: “What’s the point of the top four if you’re going to perform like this in the Champions League? The fans want to see a trophy.
“So to rest players for that FA Cup game, it was for the league and then they lose the league game.”
Club talisman Harry Kane almost managed to rescue Spurs with a late header, but saw his effort saved by Milan goalie Mike Maignan.
Interest in the England skipper is high, with SunSport revealing Manchester United have made contact with him.
There is also a belief that should Spurs fail to qualify for the Champions League next season then Kane will push for a move away, something Crouch would not blame him for.
He added: “How many transitional periods is Harry Kane going to have to wait for?
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“It’s a short career, I don’t think anyone could begrudge Harry Kane if he wasn’t to move. AC Milan were comfortable tonight.”
It comes just one week after the club were knocked out of the FA Cup by Sheffield United, before seeing their top four hopes take a dent with a 1-0 loss to Wolves.
Boss Conte seems to have given up as well, suggesting the club may sack him.
Spurs star Richarlison also blasted the club’s season as “s***”.