Harry Kane has been warned that leaving Tottenham for Manchester United would not guarantee him trophies.
The Spurs captain has been linked with a move to some of the world’s best teams, including Barcelona, as he continues to prove his worth in the north London side.
He has been tipped to leave Jose Mourinho’s side in search of trophies in the future and he claimed earlier in the year that he would leave the team if they don’t match his ambition in terms of winning trophies.
Manchester United has been one of the teams linked with signing him and the Red Devils have been urged to make their move for him because he would complete their team.
However, former Tottenham star, Jamie O’Hara has warned the England striker that leaving Spurs would not guarantee him winning anything.
He claimed that the striker can remain at Spurs and win nothing, yet he would retire with a great legacy, or he can leave the club to Manchester United and still win nothing.
“With Harry Kane, yes, he needs to win trophies, he’s one of the best strikers in the Premier League and he’s Spurs’ best player,” said the former midfielder, as quoted by TalkSport.
“But I’m a little bit on the fence with saying ‘you’ve GOT to leave to win trophies if you’re a top player’.
“It’s also about leaving a legacy in the game.
“For me, there are so many brilliant players who haven’t won loads of trophies but have left a legacy [at a club] that lasts a lifetime.
“If Harry Kane leaves Tottenham it might not work out. He might go to Manchester United and he might not win anything.
“He could win something at Spurs but even if he doesn’t he’s going to be regarded as one of the best and most loyal footballers to have ever been at that club.”