Tottenham star Harry Kane warned over Man Utd or Real Madrid transfer due to Eden Hazard

Tottenham striker Harry Kane has been constantly linked with a move away from the club in order to win trophies and truly be considered in the top echelon of players in the world. Kane has been in sensational form this season, netting 13 goals and providing 10 assists in all competitions.

That has helped Jose Mourinho’s side to second in the Premier League, just a point behind Leicester going into the international break.

Kane’s partnership with Son Heung-min has been particularly impressive to help Spurs into contention.

Owen Hargreaves believes the England captain’s best option may be to stay at Tottenham.

That’s after seeing what Eden Hazard has achieved at Real Madrid after his big-money move away from Chelsea.

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“Of course, Harry would score everywhere,” Hargreaves said.

“But you look at what Hazard has done at Real Madrid going there, going to Real Madrid and it’s not gone great.

“You look at those teams and think that the grass isn’t always greener.

“Everything is built around him [at Tottenham] and that’s a plus.”

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Meanwhile, Paul Merson believes Tottenham have a real chance of winning the title this season.

He told Sky Sports: “Can Spurs go on and win the title? It’s not impossible and that’s because they’ve got a serial winner as a manager.

“They’ve got a chance because Mourinho is in charge and has won it before. He knows what it takes to get over the line.

“Can the players keep producing week in, week out? Only time will tell, but having Mourinho at the club gives them an advantage.

“Mauricio Pochettino was a good manager, don’t get me wrong. However, they’ve now got more chance of winning the title because of Mourinho.

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“He knows what you have to do week in, week out and then all over again.

“You have to be there or thereabouts all the time. You cannot be giving teams six, seven or eight-point head starts, and they are right in the mix at the moment.

“A word of caution, though. Everyone’s talking about the title and because it is November, people think we’re nearly halfway through the season.

“Usually we’d have played about 15 games by now and that’s a massive difference, but we’ve only played seven or eight games.”

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