Liverpool legend :- In light of Manchester United’s interest, Liverpool veteran Steven Gerrard believes it may be time for Harry Kane to leave Tottenham this summer.
Kane hasn’t won a trophy in his career, thus the England international has been widely linked with a transfer away from Spurs. Tottenham was just eliminated from the FA Cup by Sheffield United and defeated by AC Milan in the round of 16 of the Champions League, giving Antonio Conte’s team little opportunity to win the Premier League championship.
This means that Kane will go another season without winning a trophy, and many commentators and former players believe that it is now time for the striker to move on from his childhood club and find new opportunities.
England in an effort to break Alan Shearer’s Premier League
The 29-year-old is reportedly looking to stay in England in an effort to break Alan Shearer’s Premier League goalscoring record, and Man Utd appears to be the main club linked with Kane.
The only other team in the Premier League that needs a striker and can afford his salaries and cost is Man United.
After a 2-1 victory over Italy on Thursday night in Naples, Kane surpassed the record for most goals scored by England. Former Liverpool player Gerrard believes it may be “time for Harry to go on.”
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“It’s a great penalty, it’s accurate, and it takes the side-netting off,” remarked Gerrard, who was commentating for Channel 4. He is regarded as one of the top penalty shooters in the world, thus it was unexpected what happened to him at the World Cup.
You’re talking about one of the top No. 9s in the world right now, and that’s why he always has the upper hand in transfer negotiations because, you know, maybe it’s time for him to go on.
With his 54th goal for England, Kane broke Wayne Rooney’s previous record of 53 and gave the Three Lions the perfect start to their Euro 2024 qualification campaign.
On the achievement, Kane told reporters:
“I don’t like to look too far in the future but I’m 29, I’m feeling fit and strong, the best I’ve felt in my career. I hope I have many more years.
“Playing for England is probably my greatest feeling in football. I want to do it for as long as possible and as a striker I want to score in every game.
“Hopefully there will be many more.”