Tony Cascarino thinks Harry Kane can nonetheless develop into one of the best participant on the earth… however he gained’t obtain that at Tottenham.
Kane is already a Spurs legend having netted his 208th objective on the weekend to develop into their joint-second high scorer of all time.
The 27-year-old has gained numerous private accolades on the north London membership however the factor lacking is silverware.
Simon Jordan instructed talkSPORT that Kane is value £150million however no membership can afford that sum within the present local weather.
Former Chelsea striker Cascarino thinks the England worldwide will quickly need to resolve whether or not he needs to be Spurs’ greatest ever participant or go elsewhere and win issues.
Chatting with Hawksbee and Jacobs on talkSPORT, Cascarino stated: “He’s 28 in July and Beckham went to Actual Madrid at 28 – I feel he’s going to have a look at his crew.
“What has he gained? The reply is nothing. He’s gained a lot of accolades for his particular person achievements however he was a loser within the League Cup ultimate and Champions League ultimate.
“The underside line for Harry is does he need to be Tottenham’s biggest participant ever? Is that his fundamental objective? I don’t suppose so. I feel he’s way more bold than that.
“That comes with being a Champions League participant each season, preventing for titles. As a pushed man you think about he’s, that’s one thing he’d like to realize. He’s that good.
“You’ve received Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo coming to the top of their careers. Lewandowski is 4 years older than Harry, he’s received the possibility to be one of the best participant on the earth.
“That may appear a method off in the intervening time, because it stands as a centre ahead and his objective returns, however he’s received each likelihood.
“Harry’s received a serious resolution. Does he suppose he’s going to win issues for Spurs? I don’t suppose they’re going to win issues.
“Don’t suppose successful the League Cup goes to maintain Harry Kane. I feel it’s difficult for the most important honours on the earth.
“He’s a Golden Boot winner on the World Cup, he’s up there on the high desk and I feel he needs to remain there and be a part of it for 5 or 6 years.
“Does he see that at Tottenham? I might say, at a guess, in all probability not.”