Harry Kane’s ‘inevitable’ Tottenham transfer out as Man Utd leads chase for English star


Former England and West Ham star Tony Cottee says Harry Kane will certainly leave Tottenham for new pastures.

Reports surfaced over the weekend that the Spurs would be ready to leave their precious assets at Manchester United for £ 200 million

Kane’s future has come under close scrutiny in recent weeks following a live chat on Instagram where the English captain refused to exclude the Spurs.

Kane said he would not stay at his childhood club for “fun” and wanted his team to progress under Jose Mourinho.

And, while the Spurs remain desperate to keep their star, Cottee can understand why English captain Kane would want to go elsewhere.

Harry Kane faces an uncertain future at Tottenham

“I think there will come a time when he will say, ‘I did as much as I could, I scored a lot of goals for the Spurs but for many reasons it didn’t happen'”, a- he told Sky Sports News.

“Everything is in place there. They have a big stadium, a big club, big fans, etc. but they won nothing. This is what Harry will want to taste before finishing his career.

“You want that feeling of winning the Premier League or the Champions League and at the moment I don’t see him doing that at Spurs.

“I think it’s inevitable, if it doesn’t happen in the next year, I think Harry will be leaving – probably next summer. “

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Kane, who will be in good shape after a hamstring injury when the Premier League can resume after the coronavirus pandemic, said earlier that he would be happy to stay at Spurs for the rest of his career.

But their slide over the past 18 months has been disconcerting for the 26-year-old, with Mourinho’s men withdrawing from the Champions League and struggling to return to it via the Premier League when the season ends. is stopped.

Kane is approaching the peak years of his career and wants to add silverware to his collection of personal accolades, including two Premier League and the 2018 World Cup Golden Boots.


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