Paul Robinson reveals whether he thinks Harry Kane could quit Spurs

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Dom Le Roy

Former Tottenham shot-stopper, Paul Robinson has claimed that he would understand if Harry Kane wants to leave the North London club this summer, stating that the star striker has left the door open with his recent comments.

Kane told Sky Sports last week that he didn’t want to get involved in speculation and is instead concentrating on finishing the season strong with Spurs and having a good Euros with England.

So far this season, Kane has netted 27 goals and recorded 16 assists for Spurs across 40 games in all competitions. TransferMarkt claim that this currently makes him worth around £108m.

Robinson has opined that the next few months are critical when looking at whether Kane will leave his boyhood club. He argues that a top-four finish and a Carabao Cup win would equal a great season, while neither would be far from that.

The retired goalkeeper also pointed out that the rest of the season is important for Jose Mourinho’s future at Tottenham too.

He said (Football Insider): “He didn’t say that he wants to leave, but this season is now key.

“He is at the peak of his career and he has been absolutely phenomenal for Spurs this season and you could understand it if he leaves to try and win things.

“This season is key for both Kane and Mourinho’s future.

“This could be a very bad season but there is a chance it could be a very good season. Spurs could finish in the top four and win the League Cup and if so, it’s a great season. But if not…

“Harry Kane has left the door open for all options and you can understand why he has.

“If I’m honest, I could understand him wanting to leave to win trophies. I also know he loves Spurs and has such an affinity to the love club.

“He would love to win trophies at Spurs so these next couple of months are massive for his future.”

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