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Jamie O’Hara aims dig at Manchester United over Harry Kane-trophy discussion

Former Tottenham star Jamie O’Hara doesn’t want Harry Kane to join Manchester United since the Englishman wouldn’t win trophies at Old Trafford.

The Englishman has possibly been the best striker in the world since breaking into the Tottenham side but has seen Spurs slip down in recent months.

Our start to the season has been awful and we are already out of the Carabao Cup. Roy Keane recently claimed that United’s problems could be solved by signing the Spurs star (h/t Daily Mail).

Harry Kane
Harry Kane scored twice against Serbian side Red Star

O’Hara was speaking to talkSport and admitted Spurs are a better team than the Red Devils but Kane wouldn’t win anything with the Manchester club (h/t Daily Mail):

“If you are going to go for £200million, are you going to go to Man United?

“No disrespect to them, even though they’ve had their great history, Tottenham are probably a better suited squad to where they are going.

“So if he is going to leave Tottenham, surely he is going to go where he can win trophies. And, for me, that is not going to be at Man United.”

Kane to remain in England

O’Hara continued by suggesting that Kane would remain in England as he seeks Alan Shearer’s Premier League scoring record.

However, the former Spurs star believed that Manchester City could be the right destination for the striker.

Harry Kane
Harry Kane is one of the best strikers in the world

The Cityzens would be even more powerful with the Englishman in the ranks, but we need to keep hold of Kane at all costs. The striker has only reached his prime now and we can build a team around the Englishman.

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Selling him to another Premier League club would be a huge blow for us and hopefully, he remains at Tottenham forever.

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