Harry Kane must leave Tottenham to win big titles, Jermain Defoe said. Kane won’t have big success (trophies) in North London.

One of the best strikers in the world

He is still waiting to get his hands on his first piece of silverware after 12 years through Tottenham’s books. The Spurs are in real danger of ending their latest campaign empty-handed again, with Defoe reckoning the 27-year-old will have to look for a new challenge far from north London in

 

It won’t be easy for him to leave

The former Tottenham frontman, who is now playing in Scotland with the Rangers, said he has to win and bring the silverware or it won’t be good enough. He doesn’t think it will be easy for him to leave, and he might look at it and want to finish off the highest scorer in club history and see where it takes him. He may win a few trophies, but if he is really hungry for medals, then he really should go.

Kane has a contract with Spurs until 2024, but speculation about his future is raging ahead of the summer transfer window. The England captain did little to silence rumors of a possible retirement from Tottenham while in international service, reiterating his plan to assess his position after this summer’s European Championship.

When asked if he would have to part ways with spurs to start winning trophies, Kane said he thinks this is a difficult question to answer right now. It is important that all of his attention be focused on the two England games, which will come out now and before the end of the season with Spurs and then Euro. By his word, he is fully focused on getting the job done in the field from now until the end of summer, and then we’ll see where they go.