Former Wolves striker Steve Bull has exclusively told Football FanCast that he’s confident Harry Kane will spend the rest of his career at Tottenham.
Since becoming one of the Premier League’s best strikers following his breakthrough into the first-team under Mauricio Pochettino, Kane has been continuously linked away from north London.
Those reports have surfaced once again in recent days after Spurs crashed out of the Europa League, meaning Kane’s only chance of winning silverware this season is a long-shot in next month’s Carabao Cup final against strong favourites Manchester City.
Kane has previously admitted in an Instagram live that he remains committed to the club, but wouldn’t stay for the “sake of it”.
But Bull is expecting Kane to stay at Tottenham this summer and has tipped the England captain to follow in the footsteps of former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard and become a one-club man.
He told Football FanCast:
“I can’t see him not being the Gerrard of Liverpool, Giggs of Manchester United, Bully of Wolves. I can’t see him going anywhere because of Mourinho – he wants to win trophies and Kane wants to win trophies.
“And I think he can do it with him. Mourinho is the one that has got to entice him and say ‘we are going places. I am stopping here, you need to stop here’.
“I don’t think he should go anywhere, he should carry on ticking away scoring goals for fun, winning the Golden Boot year in year out and playing for his country.”
With Kane turning 28 in July, it does feel like now or never if he’s to leave Tottenham. And knowing that both Manchester clubs, plus Real Madrid need a new striker, Kane’s loyalty to Spurs might well be tested in the coming months.