Tottenham Hotspur have always been a club keen on bringing through bright young talent from their academy, and this mindset is perhaps epitomised by none more than Harry Kane.

Kane went out on loan several times before grasping his first team chance at Tottenham, first making a name for himself in the Europa League before earning a spot in the Prem.

Harry has improved his goal scoring tally year-on-year for five consecutive seasons, has won two Premier League golden boots, a World Cup golden boot and is the current captain of England.

It is fair to say that the lad is ticking off personal achievements aplenty each and every season, but the one thing still lacking is a piece of silverware with his team.

Tottenham have gone a decade without a trophy, and unless they can scoop up the Champions League this season, the wait looks to continue.

Zlatan Ibrahimović believes that Kane should think about joining a ‘big club’ (Bethard- as quoted by Metro): “When I was in England, I saw him play. I think he’s a good striker, he’s still developing.

“He’s doing good things but I always say playing at a big club, performing good, it’s different from playing in – with all due respect for Tottenham – a normal club and performing there.

“It’s different situations, because I saw players do the same thing but when they come to a big club something is different. But I think he could make it. He just needs to make the move. People remember you for what you win and in the end he needs to win.

“So if he wants to win [big trophies], yes, I think he needs to change. I think Tottenham have a great team, but they’re not at the level to win everything even if they have a fantastic coach.”

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