“If I were Harry Kane, I would move to Real Madrid.”
Son Heung-min soul Kane could be set to leave Tottenham Hotspur this summer.
The general consensus is that Kane could leave Tottenham in the upcoming summer transfer window in order to fulfill his title ambitions.
With Kane’s contract expiring in June 2024, Tottenham have launched a bid to hold on to him, but the general consensus is that they lack a compelling argument.
Tottenham have failed to qualify for next season’s Champions League and Europa League, let alone win the title. That’s why the Kane rumors are gaining momentum.
Man Utd and Real have been heavily linked with a move for Kane.
Former West Ham United, Aston Villa, and Scotland international Frank McAvennie weighed in on Kane’s departure via British outlet Football Insider.
“He needs to win trophies. If I were him, I’d go to Real,” he said.
“A move to United would mean he might not win trophies. The English Premier League (EPL) is getting stronger and stronger, so I don’t think they’re going to win anything right away,” he added.
“At Real, you can win two or three trophies. Kane is a complete striker and will fill the gap left by Karvin Benzema. The fans will love it.”