Ginola tweeted: "Farewell, goodbye White Hart Lane".
"We're growing and getting better", Kane said.
Tottenham Hotspur's move to a new stadium can push them to join Europe's biggest clubs, manager Mauricio Pochettino said Sunday as his side bade farewell to White Hart Lane with a 2-1 victory over Manchester United. The fans were fantastic, like all season, the energy and the atmosphere was great.
Manchester United mathematically confirmed their absence from the Premier League top four after losing 2-1 against Tottenham at the weekend.
He also explained that the team are "sad and disappointed that Chelsea won the league" but he also believes "there is nothing to regret" and that "we will be proud of our achievements and we fought for the Premier League". "We had to do it".
The north London club were a win away from securing the second place and they achieved the feat by defeating Jose Mourinho's side. Since Alex Ferguson retired in 2013 after delivering United's last league title, United's net transfer spending has been around 350 million pounds ($450 million).
The times at Tottenham are certainly a changing. That's progression from last season and we have to keep it going now.
As rain began to fall on Tottenham's parade their were some nervy moments but they hung on to claim a 14th successive home victory and remain unbeaten at the Lane all season.
"That's got to be the next step, celebrations like we had for the final game at White Hart Lane, but this time with a title or a cup". It was just to the left of the construction work, partly shielded by a large screen saying "The Lane".
Five minutes into the second half, the hosts doubled their lead. A small thing, perhaps, but the people who cherish this old stadium should embrace the fact it has reached its endgame with the best statistics of any ground in the country.
By the end there was even a rainbow arching over the top of the East Stand.