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“Haven’t won a trophy for 15 years”- Man United target Harry Kane drops major hint over Tottenham future

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Stuart Pearce believes Harry Kane has made his final appearance for Tottenham Hotspur.

Harry Kane drops strongest hint yet on Tottenham Hotspur future amid Manchester United links

Tottenham Hotspur talisman Harry Kane has long been linked with a transfer to Manchester United ever since their need for a world-class forward has become evident.

According to Evening Standard, the Red Devils have an interest in the England international, whose current deal at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium expires at the end of next season. Spurs fans ought to be worried.

We are approaching the end of the season and Harry Kane is yet to pen fresh terms. It could mean Daniel Levy is faced with a situation where he has to consider selling the 29-year-old as soon as possible so he doesn’t lose him for nothing.

Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United is chased by Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur.
Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United is chased by Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

The lack of trophies at Spurs has been a major reason why many feel Kane has become too good to play for the club. We haven’t won a major trophy since our 2008 EFL Cup win against Chelsea in the final.

What next for Kane?

Kane is aware of our trophy drought. Of course he is. He is England and Tottenham Hotspur’s record goal-scorer but has not a club or international trophy yet.

However, he has now hinted that he will participate in whichever European competition Spurs qualify for next season. He said in an interview:

“You can’t disrespect any competition that you play in. It’s one of those, if you end up in the Conference League and win it, it’s worth it. If you don’t, then people probably look at it as an inconvenience. But when you’ve been at a club where we haven’t won a trophy for 15 years, if we do end up in it, it could be an opportunity to try and put that to bed.”

These would feel like empty words from the Englishman if he doesn’t renew his deal here soon. Graeme Souness recently called Kane ‘media trained‘ for his comments made about the club after their 2-2 draw against Manchester United.

While we won’t agree with that judgement, it is fair to say that players’ words in interviews can’t always be taken at face value. Spurs fans would only be reassured of Kane’s commitment to Spurs if and when he signs a new deal.

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Right now, we seem destined for UEFA Europa Conference League, trailing fifth-placed Liverpool by five points after 35 games. Manchester United, meanwhile, look set to make top four.

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