Redknapp calls on Spurs to pay Kane “what he’s worth”

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Dom Le Roy

Former Tottenham midfielder Jamie Redknapp has suggested that Daniel Levy should sign players who can help Spurs compete at the top and also hand a new deal to 24-year-old England international striker Harry Kane.

Writing in his column for The Daily Mail Redknapp explained “Defeat at West Brom only delays the inevitable for Tottenham. With their final two games Newcastle and Leicester at Wembley, I can’t see how Spurs fail to finish in the top four”

On how the season has gone for Spurs, Redknapp said: “But you can’t argue that this season has been an improvement. They are nine points worse off than last year, suffered another FA Cup semi final defeat and threw away a two-goal lead against West Ham in the League Cup”

Redknapp went on to explain: “While there were magnificent performances against Real Madrid in the Champions League, they snatched defeat from the jaws of victory against Juventus.It is not going to get any easier next year. Do the Tottenham hierarchy want to spend the money that will take them to the next level?

He added:”For the fans’ sake, I hope Spurs buy the players that will allow them to compete at the top. I want them to tie Harry Kane to a five-year deal and pay him what he’s worth.This is Tottenham’s best chance for many years to challenge seriously for trophies. I hope they do not squander this opportunity.

So is Redknapp correct, do we need to spend big this summer both inside and outside the club. Big decisions have to made that is for sure. Let us know your thoughts on Redknapp’s words.

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  1. i want to know….is harry kane the only striker in england? why cant we buy players to challenge him ..we keep buying rejects when is spurs gona be a real club and stop buying cheap players just to fill the team..we dont even have a top striker to challenge harry to become better


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