Les Ferdinand thinks Tottenham may have a hard time keeping hold of Harry Kane depending on which clubs come in for him.
Kane continues to go from strength to strength with Spurs – he has scored 34 goals in 35 appearances in all competitions so far this season and was Europe’s top scorer in 2017 ahead of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
The 24-year-old has often said he would like to spend his entire career with Tottenham, although his performances have led to the media strongly linking him with a move to Real Madrid.
Those reports are merely speculation for now, but there is no reason the likes of Madrid wouldn’t be interested in Kane given his ability and goal return.
Speaking to Omnisport, former Spurs striker Les Ferdinand suggested the club may receive offers that are too good to turn down.
“When you have a talent like that, teams will come calling, and will Tottenham be able to resist those teams?” he said. (Quotes via Goal.)
“They move into a new stadium next year. I’m sure they’d like to keep him and let Harry kick off that stadium, but it’s about who comes calling, and what they come calling with, that’s what will determine if Harry stays at Tottenham or not.”
Spurs fans will be hoping the club does everything possible to keep Kane at the club.
Moving into the new stadium will help matters, but a new contract may be crucial if Tottenham are to keep his suitors at bay.