‘I think it’s time for him to move on’: Ex-Tottenham midfielder Jamie O’Hara says Harry Kane should give the club one more season to win silverware before he moves to another club
- Jamie O’Hara believes Harry Kane should leave Tottenham after next season
- Kane has scored 188 goals for Spurs but never managed to win a trophy
- O’Hara said the striker should give them just one more year before he leaves
Jamie O’Hara has urged Tottenham captain Harry Kane to leave the club next season if Jose Mourinho can’t lead Spurs to a trophy.
The former Tottenham midfielder believes Kane will give the club one more season to try and win some silverware before he leaves to a rival or a bigger European club.
Despite scoring an impressive 188 goals in 287 matches for Tottenham, Kane has never managed to get his hands on a trophy whilst playing for them.
Jamie O’Hara said Harry Kane should leave Spurs next season if they can’t win a trophy
Kane has never won a trophy with Tottenham despite having a very impressive goal record
Whilst Kane has previously batted away suspicions and links with clubs such as Manchester United, O’Hara believes the England striker could leave in a search for silverware sooner rather than later.
‘He’s 27 and if he doesn’t do it next season, I think he has got to leave. Spurs need to win a trophy next season,’ he told talkSport.
‘[League Cup?] No, I don’t think so.
‘I think if you win the FA Cup and get in the top four, you keep Harry Kane.
O’Hara said Tottenham must finish in the top four and win a trophy in order to keep the striker
‘If you just get in the top four next season and you don’t win a trophy, I think it’s time that Harry Kane moved on.’
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has received assurances from chairman Daniel Levy that the club will not sell their talisman this summer.
Spurs have taken a big step closer to securing the services of long-term target Southampton midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.
Tottenham are close to completing the £15million deal for the Denmark international, as the club also close in on a separate offer transfer deal with Kyle Walker-Peters moving down to the South Coast for £12million.
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