Danny Mills suggested Harry Kane needs to quit Tottenham – adding the brutal dig the only trophy he can win there is the FA Cup.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs, the former Leeds United and Manchester City full-back claimed the England captain will have to leave his boyhood club if he wants to win the Champions League or a domestic title.
Former White Hart Lane favourite Teddy Sheringham this week tipped the 26-year-old to leave this summer or next and repeated that a player “only has one career”.
Sheringham was in a similar position for the Lilywhites in the late 90s.
In 1997, he moved to Manchester United where he won three the FA Cup, the Champions League and three Premier League titles before returning to north London in 2001.
When asked by Football Insider if Kane should follow in the footsteps of Sheringham, Mills said: “That was always the song about Teddy Sherringham and he won quite a lot at Manchester United.
“It depends on what Kane wants. He can stay at Tottenham all his career and maybe win an FA Cup.
“Or, he can go somewhere else and win the Champions League and the league. Seriously challenge for two or three seasons.
“Take out Ronaldo and Messi, most players have a peak for six years and he is four years into that. He is 26. In a few year’s time, he is going to be 30 and he has already had a number of injuries.
“He will have to think about moving on if he wants the big honours.”
As revealed by Football Insider, Spurs’ star striker ready to make his long-awaited return from injury when the season resumes.
Kane has scored 17 goals in 25 appearances so far this season.
In other Tottenham news, it can be REVEALED that defender has agreed terms of three-year deal.