Harry Kane will “have to have a serious look at himself” if Tottenham do not win any trophies this season, according to Kevin Campbell.

The former Arsenal and Everton forward, speaking exclusively to Football Insider, said the 27-year-old has time in his career for just “one big move”.

The Daily Mail claim Spurs chairman Daniel Levy would demand an offer of £150million before he would even consider selling the club’s prize asset.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy

This comes after Football Insider revealed earlier this week that a blockbuster Spurs player summer sale is “inevitable” after Levy’s £150m loss warning.

The England captain has been long-linked with a departure from north London in pursuit of trophies – a feat the player hopes to achieve under Jose Mourinho in the League Cup or Europa League this year.

Kane has been in electric form this season, with his 32 appearances in all competitions yielding 21 goals and 14 assists.

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Campbell implied that Manchester City would be the ideal destination for the striker.

“Let me tell you, if Harry Kane was in Manchester City’s team he would score 40 to 50 goals a season because they lay them on a plate,” he told Football Insider.

“It’s chance after chance. They lay it on a plate for a striker.

“It is going to be interesting to see what happens with Kane in the summer. I think Harry Kane needs to look at himself if they do not win anything this season and I do not mean that disrespectfully.

“I am telling you, he probably has one big move in him. He is going to have to have a serious look at himself.”

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