Kane could pursue his ambitions at Tottenham, according to Arsene Wenger, who suggested that the Manchester United-linked striker might be better off staying put.
Harry Kane’s future has been a topic of debate
Harry’s future at Spurs has been a topic of much debate in recent months, even though he still has more than three years left to run for his current contract. United is reportedly plotting a big bucks summer jerk for the 27-year-old, who has made no secret of his desire to win trophies, but Wenger believes he can still reach his silver goals in north London. If United does not seek to negotiate a deal for Harry this summer, England international may have another option open to him at the highest level in Spain. It was reported that Real could take a step for Harry as Zidane seeks to solidify its attacking ranks, with Blancos potentially having the funds free to broker transfers after not spending over the past year.
Tottenham’s first full season under Mourinho was turbulent, with at least highs for the Premier League summit in November, quickly giving way to lows of slipping out of the top four and out of both the FA Cup and the Europa League. However, the Spurs are just three points behind the Champions League seat with nine games yet to be played, and the Carabao Cup final against Manchester City is eagerly awaiting. If the Spurs can shock the Premier League leaders at Wembley on April 25 and end their 13-year wait for tangible success, Harry could still be persuaded to stay in their books for at least one more year.
Harry will always be a legend of Tottenham
He has scored 215 goals in 327 appearances for the club to date, placing him second in their all-time scoring list behind Jimmy Greaves. Kane has also won the Premier League’s Golden Boot twice, making him only the third player in competition history to score over 20 goals in four straight seasons.