Harry Kane in line to snub offers and remain at Tottenham - 'he stays'
Harry Kane will stay at Tottenham this summer as the chances of the club winning a trophy have never been higher.
That’s according to former West Ham hitman Frank McAvennie, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about the striker’s future.
According to The Athletic‘s Laurie Whitwell (28 March), Man United want to sign Kane this summer, regardless of who their new manager is.
It is said that super-agent Jorge Mendes is already scouring Europe for Spurs to find a potential replacement for the 28-year-old England captain.
Though it was reported Mendes is not working under the instruction of Tottenham.
In any case, McAvennie insists Kane will want to remain at Spurs with Antonio Conte at the helm.
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“I think Kane will stay,” McAvennie told Football Insider correspondent Ben Wild.
“Especially if Conte stays. He’s just found his best form again and I don’t think he wants the disruption of the move.
“I also don’t know who would pay the money. Man United probably would but why would you go there?
“This is the best chance Tottenham have to win a trophy, with Conte and Kane.
“I think he stays this summer and carries this form into next season.
“I think there is a big chance for them to maybe get a trophy so I think he stays.”
Man United’s last piece of silverware came in 2017 when Jose Mourinho lifted a League Cup and Europa League double.
Spurs last lifted a trophy back in 2008, as they won the League Cup after beating Chelsea 2-1.