Harry Redknapp feels that Harry Kane is now settled at Tottenham and that joining Manchester United would certainly not offer the striker a guarantee of winning the biggest trophies in the game.

The prospect of Kane moving to Man Utd in the summer does not look as likely as it did a month ago, with ESPN reporting earlier this week that Erik Ten Hag’s men do not want to get involved in protracted negotiations over the England captain.

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Meanwhile, Sky Sports asserted on Thursday that the Spurs hierarchy have no intention of selling their star striker even if they were to fail to finish in the top four.

Journalist Ben Jacobs told GiveMeSport a couple of days ago that the 29-year-old is open to the idea of committing his future to his boyhood club if they manage to qualify for the Champions League. 

Redknapp has now suggested that Kane is now really well settled off the pitch and suggested that the striker might not be as keen to leave as he was back in 2021 when Manchester City came calling.

The former Tottenham manager told talkSPORT Breakfast (16/03/23): “I think he (Levy) will get him (Kane) to sign another contract, wouldn’t he?

“I don’t think he will be mad-keen to move now. He wanted to go to Manchester City. I think he would have gone to Man City two years ago.

“But I just got a feeling now. He is moving to a new house. I just think he’s a big fish there, isn’t he?!

“His contract is amazing. He is a family man. He has a game of golf. I just don’t think he will move.”

When asked how close Man Utd are from competing for major honours, Redknapp responded: “I still think Man United is a fair way, way away. I don’t think their results.

“I just get the feeling he will stay. He is happy there and his life is good.”

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The difference between 2021 and now is that two years ago, not only did Spurs fail to finish in the top four and seemed to be heading nowhere under Nuno but Kane also had the opportunity to move to City, who essentially offered him a guarantee of winning Premier League titles.

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