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“He will be off”: Alan Shearer issues Harry Kane transfer warning to Tottenham

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Harry Kane could leave Tottenham after 12 months claims Alan Shearer

As reported by Football.London, Premier League legend Alan Shearer has issued a transfer warning to Tottenham Hotspur, claiming that star striker Harry Kane could leave the club if they go trophy-less for another year.

Kane has established himself as one of the most prolific goalscorers across Europe over the past five years. The 26-year-old is already our all-time third-highest goalscorer, with 181 goals for our club in 278 matches.

Alan Shearer warns Tottenham about Harry Kane exit

Alan Shearer warns Tottenham about Harry Kane exit

But Shearer is of the belief that Kane could leave Tottenham in twelve months if we do not win any trophies by then. Speaking on Match of the Day: Top 10 podcast, the former Newcastle United striker said (h/t Football.London):

“I think, my guess is that if he doesn’t win anything in the next 12 months then he has to move. He’ll do another year but if nothing comes trophy wise, then he will be off.”

Shearer also rated Kane at ninth-place in his Top 10 list, citing the 26-year-old’s lack of titles as a reason for his decision.

Kane has 136 goals in the Premier League so far. So when quizzed if he stood a chance of breaking Shearer’s record of most goals scored in the league, the former England international expressed his doubts. Shearer felt there were a lot of factors such as fitness and his future in the English top-flight, which could prevent Kane from smashing his record. (h/t Football.London)

“It’s going to be hard for him to beat my record, 136 he is on, there’s a lot of ifs and buts. If he stays fit, if he stays in the Premier League. It’s going to be tough for him.”

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Kane had been in fine form in the 2019/20 campaign, until a thigh injury in January put him on the sidelines. But with the season being pushed back indefinitely, the Englishman could return to boost our top-four finish hopes.

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