Harry Kane may have won multiple individual trophies for Tottenham but he is yet to win anything with the north London team.
Former Aston Villa center forward, Gabby Agbonlahor, believes Kane must leave Tottenham and complete a “big” move to Manchester United.
The retired striker told Football Insider:
“For Kane, it’s now or never. He either leaves this summer or stays at Spurs – he’s not getting a big move again. I don’t think he’s going to win what he wants to win at Spurs.”
“At Manchester United he can still beat Alan Shearer’s scoring record in the Premier League. Manchester United will win a trophy before Spurs for sure.”
The Red Devils have not won any title since they won the Community Shield, League Cup and the Europa League under the management of Jose Mourinho back in 2016-17 campaign.
Man United have one foot in the Carabao Cup final and are in a solid position to finish the season in the top four this season.
On the other hand, Tottenham have not won a single title in almost 15 years. Their last victory was in the League Cup against Chelsea in 2008 under Spanish coach, Juande Ramos.
Kane has netted 16 goals in the Premier League and is linked with a move to Man United where Erik ten Hag is eager to secure his signature. He would cost around £85million in the summer (The Mail).
The two-time England Player of the Year has won three Golden Boots in the Premier League. Should he move to Old Trafford to win a major club title?