Harry Kane, a star for Tottenham Hotspur, may quit the North London club in the near future, according to Wayne Rooney.
A new era for the Spurs has started under Ange Postecoglou. The Australian has reintroduced a dynamic style of play to the team, and we have no doubt that he would enjoy seeing Kane captain his Tottenham line for many years to come.
The England captain’s contract only has a little more than a year left, so there is a good probability he will go. Kane should go on, according to Rooney, who spoke to The Athletic.
Harry Kane, in the opinion of Wayne Rooney, should leave Tottenham
One of the greatest attackers England has ever produced is Wayne Rooney.
The Englishman was a hero for Manchester United throughout his tenure there, and he also held the record for most goals scored by an Englishman until Harry Kane just overtook him.
The quantity of titles Rooney has won, however, still makes his career considerably more impressive than Kane’s.
The Tottenham player would undoubtedly adore to win some hardware before calling it a day, but the likelihood of that occurring at Spurs seems quite remote.
Rooney believes that as a result, he ought to leave the team this summer.
He remarked: “Last season, I thought it was time to leave, but he stayed. Harry is likely feeling that and aware that there are trophies out there for him to win.
He has exerted every effort to attempt and join Tottenham. The moment is likely perfect for him to go on, and it appears like he is prepared for it as well, but we all know how challenging Tottenham can be at times.
Rooney joked that he feels like he has been “held as a prisoner” by Daniel Levy at Tottenham before adding that Kane would be the “ideal player” for Manchester United.
Nearly everyone who is not connected to Tottenham agrees that Kane should quit the team.
One of the best strikers in the world is the Englishman. He has been outstanding for Spurs over the years, but he only has a few individual awards to show for it.