Jamie O’Hara has admitted he’s ‘not stunned’ by the information that Harry Kane has requested to depart Tottenham and insisted Spurs’ talisman ‘deserves a transfer‘.
On Monday, it was reported that the England captain has knowledgeable his boyhood membership that he needs to depart this summer season.
talkSPORT understands the 27-year-old is eager on staying within the Premier League, with Manchester City his most well-liked vacation spot.
And O’Hara has advised talkSPORT there might be no animosity between Kane and Spurs followers, insisting supporters will respect his want as he has ‘given his all’ all through his time on the membership.
“Usually you’d get criticism massively and the followers would flip towards you,” O’Hara mentioned. “I don’t assume that’s going to occur.
“He’s been a improbable servant to the soccer membership. Followers love him and I feel everybody can see that he’s given every thing and tried to get us over the road with trophies and profitable finals.
“We haven’t bought it executed and the ambition of the membership hasn’t been ok.
“I feel it’s honest to say that we’ve bought a world class striker in Harry Kane and you’ll’t preserve somebody like that – we’re speaking a few prime 5 striker on this planet – after we’re ending sixth or seventh the league.
“The followers perceive that.”
Kane has made his title as one of many world’s finest strikers throughout his time at Spurs, scoring a sensational 220 targets in 334 appearances for the membership.
And final week, O’Hara mentioned that the 27-year-old would ‘assure’ a membership like Man City the title over the following few seasons.
“I feel if you wish to assure your self the Premier League title within the subsequent few years, you signal Harry Kane,” he advised the talkSPORT Breakfast.
“He’s the perfect striker within the league by a rustic mile. He is aware of the groups, he is aware of the grounds.
“He [Haaland] gained’t flop nevertheless it’ll take him time to regulate. You see gamers come from Ajax and the Bundesliga and it takes time.”