‘The greatest player in football who hasn’t won anything’ told to consider move with Chelsea linked with £200 million move
Long-Term Chelsea target Harry Kane has been told to consider his future at Tottenham and win the silverware that his talent deserves.
Kane is easily one of the very best strikers on the planet and the main source of goals for Tottenham, although Heung-Min Son chips in with a few goals over the course of the season.
Kane has started the new season in fine fashion and already has ten goals in nine games in all competitions as he looks to be in the form of his career, but he is becoming an assist king as he provided his eighth assist this season in the stunning draw against West Ham.
And former Spurs striker Darren Bent believes this season may well be Kane’s last in a Spurs shirt, as he needs to start winning the silverware that a player of his ability should be competing for on a year basis.
“Harry Kane is working extremely hard,” the former Tottenham star said on Monday’s talkSPORT Breakfast. “I genuine believe this is the best we’ve seen Harry Kane play, in terms of his all-round game and his impact in the game.
“We’ve seen that he can score so many different goals, we understand that, but if you look at the assists he’s getting now, the way he’s dropping into midfield, creating opportunities for other players, and even doing defensive work as well.
“At the moment he’s the complete package.
“But I do fear for Spurs a little bit. If they don’t win anything again this season and, as well as Harry Kane’s playing now, what does he do?
“Does he stay there again for the sake of it because he loves the club? Or does he go on to another level?
“Someone of that quality needs to be playing in the Champions League.
“If I was Harry Kane I’d probably give it one more year and see what happens.
“But the problem is we’ve been saying that for the last few years now, and really, if he wins the EFL Cup, is that going to be enough for him to say, ‘I like what Spurs are doing, I’m going to stay’?
“If the top crop, the likes of Real Madrid and Barcelona, come in for him, it’s not even a question. If they come in for him at the end of the season, you go.”
It would not be a massive shock to see Chelsea make a move if Kane decides he wants to leave Tottenham
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