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Tottenham are “not good enough” for a player of Harry Kane’s immense talents and he must quit the club if he has ambitions to win silverware.

That is according to ex-Arsenal striker Kevin Campbell, speaking exclusively to Football Insider after The Sun reported that the 27-year-old will be sold to a foreign club only if a minimum offer of £175million is tabled.

The same report claims Spurs will not sell the striker to a Premier League rival in the latest twist in the transfer saga.

Despite Kane’s extraordinary efforts in the league this season – 17 goals and 13 assists – Jose Mourinho’s side are currently not on course to achieve a top-four finish.

Trophies are the name of the game, claims Campbell, and the England captain is unlikely to win any so long as he remains a Spurs player.

He told Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs: “I think Harry Kane has to be realistic. He’s come through the ranks at Spurs and been an unbelievable striker for the football club.

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“But you only really get a small window to win trophies. That’s the only thing that can be levelled at him right now. You can’t knock his goals per game ratio, he’s had the Golden Boot and all these kinds of things.

“But what has he won? Can he fulfil it this season? Well, we’ll see, won’t we? They’re in a final against Man City, which is a really tough game. They’re out of the Europa League, out of the FA Cup.

“The only other challenge is getting a European spot in the league. That’s not good enough, not for his calibre.

“He would be a great addition to any club side in the world. If he came on the market tomorrow, I think we’d see the real biggest teams interested in him.”

The rumour mill began to churn after Kane told Sky Sports that he would consider his Spurs future after the European Championship in the summer.

Tottenham are currently 6th in the league standings, three points outside the Champions League spots with nine games left to play.

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