Manchester City have been heavily linked with Harry Kane in the recent past. The 27-year-old has been linked with a move away from London after numerous reports emerged from the White Hart Lane indicating his desire to leave the Lillywhites.
Kane, 27, has established himself as one of the topmost strikers of the game and is on his way to breaking Alan Shearer’s all-time scoring record.
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With Sergio Aguero not to feature in Premier League anymore, Kane is now the all-time leading goal-scorer among the active players. Having said that, it is no surprise that City, who happen to be looking for a quality striker to replace the 32-year-old at the Etihad Stadium.
Football London understands that Sir Geoff Hurst has warned Kane against completing a move to City this summer.
Kane has already become a club legend at Spurs and it is highly difficult to assume that he would reach the same status at another club.
The 79-year-old is of the opinion that Kane should focus on bringing in trophies for England and not worry about Domestic titles. The former English footballer is of the opinion that International titles count more than domestic ones.
Harry Kane further fuelled rumors surrounding his future when he spoke to Gary Neville on Overlap.
Kane disclosed that his goal is to win trophies at domestic level and that he does not want to retire with any regrets. When asked about his dream teammate, the Englishman mentioned Kevin De Bruyne.
However, it is very tough to imagine that the Premier League champions would be eager to pay £150 million for Kane, who is soon to be 28.
Manchester City should keep their options open even though the Englishman is a very established player and is one of the most lethal strikers to have embraced the game.
If the Cityzens would be willing to wait for another season, they could try to sign Erling Haaland, whose release clause worth £75 million would be activated by the next summer.