‘I don’t think he’ll move’: Harry Redknapp claims Tottenham striker Harry Kane will be a one-club man like Steven Gerrard
- Harry Redknapp believes Harry Kane will stay at Tottenham for his entire career
- Uncertainty remains over Kane’s future, whose contract expires in 2024
- Kane became Tottenham’s all-time top goalscorer when he netted at the weekend
Former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp believes Harry Kane can end his career as a one-club man like Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard.
Kane became Tottenham’s all-time leading goalscorer last weekend when he scored his 267th goal for the club.
However, uncertainty remains over his future at Tottenham, with his contract set to expire in 2024.
Despite his phenomenal goalscoring record, Kane, 29, is yet to win a trophy.
Redknapp, who gave Kane his Tottenham debut in 2011, said he could not see the striker leaving the club.
Harry Redknapp believes Harry Kane will not leave Tottenham and become a one-club man
Speaking on the Mennie Talks podcast, Redknapp said: ‘I don’t think he will move. I don’t see him moving. I think he will be one-club like Steven Gerrard [at Liverpool].
‘He can get into any team, but does he have to? His money at Spurs is more than he can spend, he earns a lot and rightly so.
‘I think he’s either moving house or building a new house, so he’s probably in a good life. He loves his golf and that is his hobby now, playing golf when he can. I can’t see him wanting to go away. I think he will stay.
Redknapp, who handed Kane his Tottenham debut in 2011, was full of praise for the striker
‘He’s the best center forward in the world, he’s incredible, can do everything. He works, he is a leader, he can shoot, he can score, he can head it, he passes it like a midfield player, links play up, he is big and strong.
‘He can do anything. He’s just the complete, all-round player.’
Manchester United and Bayern Munich are interested in Kane, whose contract expires in 2024
Kane’s breakthrough at Tottenham was far from straightforward as he had loan spells at Leyton Orient, Millwall, Norwich and Leicester.
However, he hasn’t looked back since breaking into the team and is also level with Wayne Rooney on 53 goals at the top of England’s all-time goalscoring charts.
Manchester United are reportedly considering a move for Kane, who is about to face a big decision on his future. Bayern Munich are also interested in Kane.
Kane has been the subject of interest from Manchester City in 2021 but a move has failed to materialize and it will be intriguing to see what Kane’s future holds this time around.
News/Image Sources: Daily Mail