The Spurs legend, who played and coached Tottenham Hotspur, said the star striker has got the right to consider leaving.
Tottenham legend Glenn Hoddle admits that Harry Kane may leave the club this summer and believes that the “chess game” featuring Manchester City, Real Madrid, Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland could lead Tottenham Hotspur at PSG. A huge transfer is expected during the summer transfer window, and Harry Kane’s name is under discussion as Tottenham strives to realize his personal ambitions.
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Glenn Hoddle says the England captain deserves the right to consider leaving the London club. Former Tottenham Hotspur player and coach Hoddle told the Evening Standard: “I don’t know if it’s in Tottenham’s hands, I think it’s Harry Kane’s decision. Nobody will blame Harry Kane if he moves now if he says, ‘I’m going to win titles elsewhere’” and that’s the right offer there, he’ll make that decision and then Tottenham will have to get Best.
“It would be a big blow for the team. There are only a few clubs that can afford Harry Kane’s signature, that’s his problem now. There could be a game of chess – if Erling Haaland goes. At Manchester City and Kylian Mbappe go to Real Madrid, maybe there is a chance.” He’s in Paris Saint-Germain, I don’t want to see him in Paris Saint-Germain, I would love to see him stay in Tottenham, but I wouldn’t blame him for ‘he was going somewhere else’The former Tottenham coach added.
Will Kane stay in Tottenham?
The 27-year-old is on contract in North London until 2024, after remaining firmly loyal to the club. However, it is impossible to escape the fact that the man who scored 217 goals for Tottenham had yet to put his hands on the trophy during his career. The Carabao Cup final against Manchester City on April 25 could put an end to this fruitless round, but it remains to be seen whether the outcome of this match will determine where Kane will play next season.
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“In a perfect world, I know Harry loves Tottenham and wants to stay at Tottenham and win titles“Hoddle said.”The key would be in business if they won the Carabao Cup – does he see this as an important moment in the club’s recent history to say it is a stepping stone to further success? Remember Jose Mourinho did it at Manchester United with the Carabao Cup and in Chelsea, it was the first Cup he won. Everything is hanging in the game, it really is. “
Tottenham has come at a crossroads. The Carabao Cup is a crossroads for them. Well, that doesn’t qualify them for the Champions League, but winning the Small Cup will give everyone a boost and give Jose Mourinho a starting point for that. For a number of different reasons, maybe if Harry stayed. Kane, Jose might build on something, Tottenham’s season is coming to the Carabao Cup Final. A huge match for them.Conslow Glenn Hoddle.