Tottenham urged to sell Harry Kane and replace him with Man Utd flop Martial

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Tottenham have been urged Spurs to sell star striker Harry Kane and replace him with Man Utd flop Anthony Martial, with former Spurs man Jamie O'Hara claiming the team would work without the England captain.

The wantaway captain has been linked with a move away from the club all summer, with Manchester City reportedly interested in signing the forward.

Kane returned to training for the first time this season on Tuesday and is expected to play a part in the Europa Conference tie with Pacos Ferreira in Portugal on Thursday.

However, former Spurs midfielder O’Hara believes the club would be able to adjust to life without their star.

“I actually think we’re alright without him [Kane],” he told Jason Cundy on talkSPORT. “The situation is getting a bit boring now for me. He wants to go. He wants out.

"He looks like he wants to go. I just look at the situation and think we might be okay without him.”

O’Hara also feels it is time for the club to try out an alternative approach to Kane, with Martial and Leeds forward Patrick Bamford suggested as potential replacements for the England captain.

“The way we play and set up with that pace in the front three…Why don’t we do something different? We’ve had Kane for a long period of time. He’s a club legend, we love him, but we haven’t won anything with him," said O'Hara.

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"Why don’t we change and do something different? Go a different direction, like a Martial, like a Bamford. Someone with a bit of pace.

“The way we played at the weekend I really enjoyed. Bergwijn, Son, Moura. The pace around the team was really good, I loved it.

"If we now get rid of Kane – because he drops in and comes deep, and don’t get me wrong he’s fantastic and he’d be perfect for Man City because he’s one of the best strikers in the world, but it might be time to change it and do something a bit different."

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