Harry Kane says it would be a ‘dream’ to play alongside Manchester City star

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Harry Kane has described Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne as a ‘striker’s dream’, hinting that the Premier League champions could be his preferred destination if he leaves Tottenham. Kane has told the club he wants to move on at the end of the season, according to reports on Monday.

The 27-year-old is unhappy at Tottenham’s lack of progress this season and is willing to leave after 12 years with the north London side.

And Kane says that De Bruyne, one of City’s key players this season and favourites for the division’s Player of the Year, would help him ‘for sure’ score more goals next season.

“When I watch De Bruyne play he’s a special, special player and some of the balls I see him put in for City are just a striker’s dream if I’m honest,” Kane told Neville in the pundit’s YouTube channel The Overlap.

“But yeah he’s outstanding. You’ve seen him year in year out, he’s an outstanding player with the ball, off the ball, pressing.

“But his delivery is as good as I’ve ever seen, to be honest.”

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Despite being injured for a large part of the season, Belgium international De Bruyne has 14 assists for City, helping them win the Premier League and Carabao Cup.

He will also feature for City in the Champions League final against Chelsea on May 29, after his goals helped them through the semi-finals.

As for Tottenham, they could end the season with no European football at all.

Kane, however, has managed 32 goals and 16 assists for his boyhood club.

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Overall, he has netted 165 goals in 241 Premier League games for Spurs, which is seventh on the all-time top-flight goals chart – 95 goals behind Alan Shearer’s record of 260.

Kane, who is targeting the all-time Premier League goal record, says that only injuries or moving abroad can stop him from achieving that.

And he states that playing his club football in another country is not something that interests him at the moment.

“I guess for me I think injuries would be, be the biggest thing [to stop me getting the Premier League record],” Kane added.

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