Jamie Redknapp urges Harry Kane to LEAVE ‘shambles’ club Tottenham this summer… insisting the time is right for the England captain to ‘push’ for a move to Manchester United
- Harry Kane has a year remaining on his Tottenham contract and is yet to extend
- Jamie Redknapp believes this summer is the right time for him to leave the club
- He says the striker ‘deserves better’ and should push for move to Man United
Former Tottenham midfielder Jamie Redknapp has urged Harry Kane to leave the club this summer amid interest from Manchester United.
Kane has continued to be a bright spark in a difficult season for the north London club, with 28 Premier League goals, only behind Manchester City’s Erling Haaland in the charts.
However, the England captain has a year remaining on his current contract and Redknapp says this summer is the right time for Kane to leave ‘shambles’ Tottenham as he ‘deserves better’.
Speaking on Sky Sports, the former midfielder said: ‘It’s the facts, it feels Spurs are a shambles, if you are Harry Kane with one year to go this is the time to leave he has to push now.
‘(Manchester) Untied they might get someone, he missed Man City a few years ago, right now he needs to push with one year on contract to go somewhere.
Harry Kane has a year remaining on his Tottenham contract and could be on the move
Jamie Redknapp believes this summer is the right time for Kane to move away from the club
‘Tottenham are like a social experiment of how far you can push your fans before they completely lose it. They need to do something, no one wants to lose Harry Kane, he has been incredible but deserves better.’
Since coming through their youth ranks, Kane has netted 278 times in 434 games for Spurs, including 211 goals in the Premier League – putting him second in the top flight’s all-time goalscoring records.
Reports suggest United will be in the market for a striker at the end of the season and will make an early bid for Kane.
Although he has frequently been linked with a move away from Tottenham – Manchester City attempted to sign him two years ago – Kane has remained in north London.
Making the switch to join Erik ten Hag’s side could boost Kane’s hopes of winning a trophy for the first time in his career.
After enduring meek exits from the Champions League, FA Cup and Carabao Cup this season, Tottenham’s trophy drought has been extended to 15 years since they won the League Cup.
Kane has continued to be a bright spark for Tottenham, with 28 Premier League goals so far
Manchester United will be in the market for a striker and Kane is reportedly on the shortlist
It has been a chaotic second half of the season for Spurs, with Antonio Conte sacked as boss after torching his relationship with his players, before his replacement and former assistant Cristian Stellini was dismissed after just four games.
Following Saturday’s 3-1 loss Brentford, Kane admitted ‘a lot need to change’ if the club are to become successful.
‘I’ve said all along I’m focused on this season and trying to help the team as much as possible,’ Kane said to The Evening Standard. ‘That’s all I can do.
‘There’s a big summer ahead and a lot that needs to change here to start being successful again. Ultimately my focus now is to enjoy this last week as much as possible and try to finish with a win [at Leeds United] on Sunday.’
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