Tottenham superstar warned ‘Grass is not greener’ over at Real Madrid as Speculation regarding a big-money move continues to rage
Harry Kane has been warned by Peter Crouch that “the grass isn’t always greener” when it comes to transfer plans,
There is no doubt that Kane is one of the very best and most deadly strikers in world football, and since the arrival of Jose Mourinho, it seems that the striker has taken his game to that next level.
Kane has hit over 200 goals for the club, and Manchester United have been linked on many occasions with a possible move for the superstar, but have never really made.an official move to get a deal done
Speculation regarding a big-money move continues to rage around one of the most prolific strikers in world football, with reports in the media suggesting that Madrid will make a move to try and get Spurs to do a transfer deal at the end of the season
But Crouch believes ultimate targets can be hit in his current surroundings as legend status is cemented, The former Spurs forward has told the Daily Star: “Sometimes the grass isn’t always greener.
“I think if you win something at Tottenham, it is going to mean 10 times more than going to Real Madrid and winning something.
“He’s a top player and he deserves the best so nobody can begrudge him anything if he wants to move.
“But I just feel like if he thinks there’s a chance of winning something at Tottenham I think it would mean far more to him than if he went somewhere and perhaps won a league title in a different country.
“Whereas at Tottenham, if he finishes there or he manages to win something there, they’ll have a statue built for him, wouldn’t they?”
Crouch has watched on from afar as a player he once saw coming through the academy ranks at Tottenham has earned a standing among the global elite, with Kane taking his game to new heights this season as 14 assists have been contributed alongside 19 goals.
“It has been magnificent to see him evolve,” added Crouch.
“I was at Spurs when he was coming through as a kid and he trained with us. I wouldn’t say he burst on the scene and we all went ‘wow’ but he always used to score in every game in training. There was definitely something about him.
“The way he has worked on his game and improved it, he’s like a manager’s dream. Any sort of young player should look up to someone like him.
“He is so two-footed, you can see he has worked on that, good in the air, and then he has adapted his game again this year where you feel he is dropping into those little holes and it is almost Teddy Sheringham like.
“Then there’s rapid passes into [Heung-min] Son, spraying 60-yard cross-field passes, but he’s still getting the goals he always has done.
“The way he has evolved, he is one of the best strikers in Europe, without a doubt.”