‘Go to Manchester United or something’: ex-Spurs man Van der Vaart urges Harry Kane to leave Tottenham

Speaking Ziggo Sport, former Tottenham man Raphael Van der Vaart said: “When Harry Kane first came to train with us, he was 18 years old, and I swear to you, our goalkeeper at the time, said: ‘he can’t do a damn thing’.

“You see, he is now the best striker after Robert Lewandowski. Of course, he is the man at Tottenham. It may sound crazy, but you would almost say go to Manchester United or something, stay in England.

“Usually, it’s not such a success when an English player goes to Real Madrid. For Tottenham, he is a guarantee for goals, and he earns a fortune there too, so he doesn’t have to leave for that.”

According to the Manchester Evening News, Man United are still following Kane’s situation closely with the striker open to leaving Spurs at the end of the 2020/21 season.

However, Borussia Dortmund‘s Erling Haaland remains a priority target for the Red Devils with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reportedly setting his sights on a reunion with his compatriot.


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