Harry Kane tipped to quit Tottenham in January after journalist's reveal - pundit
Frank McAvennie has tipped Harry Kane to leave Tottenham in January.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the former West Ham striker said Kane needs to win something in his career and he doesn’t think the 29-year-old will be able to do that at Spurs.
According to journalist Florian Plettenberg (2 September), Bayern Munich have said it is “too early” to talk about a move for the England international next summer.
On 17 July, speaking to Bild, club chief Oliver Kahn confirmed Kane is on the German club’s watchlist.
He added that signing the striker would be a “dream”.
Kane currently has two years left on his contract at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
McAvennie insisted the England captain could leave Antonio Conte’s side as early as January.
“They’re not going to win anything,” he told Football Insider.
“Conte, if he gets them into the top four, that’s a great result for them but that’s not good enough for Harry Kane. He’s not got a medal, not one. Somebody like Harry Kane, forget about all the money, that means nothing to him, he wants to have something that he can say ‘I’m a winner’.
“Harry Kane deserves something. He’s played in the Champions League final and got a runners up medal, he played in the Euros final for England and was a runner up. He wants a winners medal. Forget about the money.
“I think he might leave in January. I watched Bayern Munich on Tuesday night and I thought wow they need a striker. They definitely need a striker. I think he’ll go, I think it would be a good fit for him.
“We know he loves Tottenham but a player like Harry Kane can’t go through his career and not win anything, even if it’s just the one. I wouldn’t be surprised if Bayern Munich try and get him in January.“