“Kane will stay” says Harry Redknapp

Former Spurs boss believes that Harry Kane is all set to stay at Tottenham despite rumours

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Harry Redknapp

Ahead of the Carabao Cup finals against Manchester City, the former Tottenham Hotspur manager has spoken out regarding the future of Harry Kane. Harry Redknapp spoke exclusively to Goal ahead of the daunting clash between the sides that will be played later on Sunday night.

Harry Redknapp believes that Kane is all set to stay

Harry Kane
Harry Redknapp believes that Harry Kane will stay beyond 2021 at North London

Talking exclusively to Goal, Harry Redknapp said that Harry Kane is all set to stay with Tottenham Hotspur beyond this season. The English talisman is linked with the likes of Manchester United and Real Madrid who are in search of a prolific striker. Though he won’t come cheap, the clubs are ready to break the bank to acquire the services of the player.

The former Tottenham Hotspur boss said:

I think he’ll stay. I think the new manager will come in and convince him that they’ll be having a go and signing a few more players. There’s nobody better than him. I wouldn’t swap him for any centre-forward in the world, personally. He would guarantee Man City, Man Utd or Liverpool winning the league next season, for sure. He’s a fantastic player. Tottenham have to keep him

Tottenham Hotspur sacked Jose Mourinho on the day when the club was involved in the European Super League scuffle. The football fans raised their voices against the league that could have eliminated the competition. There are also rumours that the club decided to sack their manager to divert the attention of fans. Harry Redknapp believes that the new manager will convince the 27-year-old English striker to stay beyond the ongoing season.

Due to the pandemic, the clubs are cash strapped. Tottenham Hotspur are in huge debt as they constructed a new stadium in North London. If Harry Kane doesn’t extend his stay, Daniel Levy is all set to cash in on the player who is needed by the arch rivals.

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