‘Time to leave’ 30-goal star has been told to make summer transfer move – Poch wants him at Chelsea
Tottenham striker and long-term CHELSEA target Harry Kane has once again been told that he needs to leave Spurs.
Harry Kane is easily regarded as one of the most deadly strikers in world football and has constantly broken that 20-goal barrier for Tottenham over the past few seasons.
But despite all the goals, despite all the great performances and despite all his assists – he has never won a trophy in his footballing career and there is a feeling that this SHOULD be his last season at Spurs.
Kane is out of contract at the end of next season and it is widely believed that he will not sign a new contract – meaning that this summer will be the only chance that Tottenham have to get some money for the big man.
Now – amid all the speculation – Sky Sports’ Jamie Redknapp has encouraged the 30-goal striker to leave Tottenham – he told Sky Sports: “Tottenham are a shambles, they can’t get a manager.
‘If you were Harry Kane, with one year left on your contract, it feels like this is the time to leave.
“He has to push now because Manchester United could go for somebody else. Kane missed Manchester City a few years ago, when he wasn’t allowed to leave.
“Right now, with a year left on his contract, it feels like he needs to push [for an exit], go somewhere, and really show how good he is.
“At the moment Tottenham aren’t even close, it’s like a social experiment for how close you can push your fans before they completely lose it. Kane deserves better.”
Kane is the man at Tottenham and could be the striker that breaks the all-time Premier League goal-scoring record, but he needs to win something.
This is the right time to leave the club and give himself more of a chance to win a trophy and it will be interesting to see if he would be willing to join CHELSEA now that Pochettino is heading to the club.
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