- The Spurs striker reckons playing without supporters is going to be tough for every club.
- Football has never been in a situation like this.
- However, if PL wants to finish the season, there seems to be no other way than play the remaining games behind closed doors.
Speaking to Good Morning Britain (h/t Liverpool Echo), Kane said: "It's going to be a really difficult situation [playing without fans]. Liverpool deserve the title and to lift it without their fans will be a really strange situation."
Just like other clubs, Spurs are going to resume training soon and in Kane's opinion, it will be a step to 'some normality'.
"We want to see what the Premier League's plan looks like and we will go from there," he added.
"I'm happy to start training in small groups if we're allowed and to try and get back to some normality as soon as possible. I guess every player is different and they all have their own view.
"We haven't been through a time like this in my lifetime so it's hard to know what the right thing to do is.
"The fans are a massive part of football. They make football what it is so it will be different to play without them. I've done it before for England and it's not the same. But if we want to finish the season we're going to have to do that."
Earlier, Liverpool have welcomed a group of players and Jurgen Klopp to Melwood where the lads are having individual training sessions. Liverpool are expected to resume first-team training in the coming weeks while the season is going to restart in June.