Spurs stars Harry Kane and James Maddison left gobsmacked by marsupial streakers during Australia golf game
Spurs stars have been given the chance to relax off the pitch as they take part in pre-season preparations in Australia.
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Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane and new signing James Maddison saw their pre-season downtime interrupted by a group of cheeky kangaroos as they relaxed Down Under.
Ange Postecoglou's side are currently preparing for the upcoming Premier League campaign with pre-season training and friendly fixtures in Australia. Spurs endured a 3-2 defeat from London rivals West Ham on Tuesday and now prepare to take on relegated Leicester City on Sunday.
Tottenham Hotspur stars are staying at the luxury five-star Westin Perth hotel while on their travels which features a 24-hour fitness studio, spa and heated infinity-edge pool among other fancy amenities.
It's the first pre-season trip for new signing James Maddison, who put pen to paper on a five-year deal at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium after a £40 million deal was agreed between the club and Leicester City.
It's a new adventure for the midfielder but some of his new Spurs teammates are familiar faces thanks to England international duties. One of those is captain Harry Kane and it's clear the striker has taken Maddison under his wing at the club as the two enjoyed a round of golf in Australia.
Posting some pictures and videos from the round on Instagram, Maddison and Kane cut relaxed figures as they scooted around the Australian course in a buggy.
However, the duo's golf was interrupted by a group of kangaroo intruders which caught Maddison's attention. The midfielder posted a video of the animals relaxing by the fairway and wrote: "Settle down lads, trying to take my shot here."
Where Maddison has just committed his future to Tottenham Hotspur, rumours around whether Kane will play for the club next season continue to swirl.
The 29-year-old has just 11 months left on his deal and there doesn't appear to be any sign of a new contract being signed. As such, chairman Daniel Levy may be forced to cash in on his star man this year with Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain both reported to be interested.