Former Premier League star predicts whether Harry Kane will leave Spurs this year

Image: SpursWeb

Southampton legend, Matt Le Tissier has confidently asserted that Harry Kane will stay put at Tottenham for the foreseeable future.

There was plenty of speculation over the striker’s future when the league was suspended, with the likes of Manchester United (Daily Mail), Real Madrid (Diario Madridista), Juventus (Tuttosport), and Paris Saint-Germain (AS), all being linked with Kane.

The 27-year-old ended the season in terrific form, proving to the doubters that he has not lost any of his sharpness and explosiveness in the final third.

Le Tissier is confident that Kane’s future remains at Tottenham despite interest from other clubs.

The attacking midfielder, who was a one-club man himself, having spent the entirety of his career with the Saints, believes that Kane would have already pushed to leave the North Londoners if he wanted to move elsewhere.

When asked about the Tottenham’s striker’s future, Le Tissier told Sky Sports News (2:26pm, July 26, 2020): “I am fairly confident that he will stay there (Kane will stay at Spurs), to be honest.

“I think if he was going to move, he is going to be 27 next month, I think he would have moved already, if he had any intentions.

“For me, he is probably the only person since I’ve retired that I’ve looked at and thought ‘you have got a chance of reaching Alan Shearer’.

“He really has been that good and that consistent. In terms of goals and that’s something that might be playing on his mind.”

Spurs Web Opinion

It clear that the club means a lot to Kane and I believe the striker would prefer to win a couple of trophies with us over winning five or six at Real Madrid or Barcelona. Based on the way the Spurs boss speaks about him, it is clear that the striker has committed himself to the club and the Mourinho project. However, if we do not win anything next season and fail to get into the top four again, then I suspect Kane will start having doubts over continuing at Spurs.

Have something to tell us about this article?


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.