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Tottenham must win major silverware for Harry Kane to stay put reckons former Spurs man
By Bruce Grove -

Jamie O’Hara has told TalkSPORT that just getting into the top four will not be enough to help Tottenham keep hold of Harry Kane next season.

Kane remains one of the best strikers in the world and at 27, he has never won a major trophy in his career.

He helped Tottenham reach the final of the Champions League last season, but they were beaten by Liverpool to the coveted trophy.

He has insisted that he will not just remain at Spurs for the sake of remaining at the club as he has ambitions as a player, and O’Hara believes that Spurs have to win something in the next year to be able to hold on to their top man.

Several top sides have been looking to sign him over the past few years, but he has stayed loyal to his boyhood club.

But that won’t be for long unless Tottenham can begin to give him trophies that have been missing in his career, according to the former Spurs man.

O’Hara said on talkSPORT: “He is 27 and if he doesn’t do it next season, I think he has got to leave.

“Spurs need to win a trophy next season.”

The former Spurs star added: “I don’t think so [winning the EFL Cup would be enough].

“I think if you win the FA Cup and get top four, you can keep Harry Kane.

“If you just get into top four next season and you don’t win a trophy, I think it is time Harry Kane moves on.”

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MrChickenHead
MrChickenHead
6 months ago

Do you like Jamie though Bruce, that’s what I’m interested in. Jenas is a hack and Jamie a former star, Rubbish. But if we are talking about football then he’s probably right.

Spurs est1882
Spurs est1882
6 months ago

We need to be winning and competing for top honours to keep Kane. That starts with investment, so anything short of intent to buy top talent this window and Kane will go, he can’t afford another “transition” season. So in short, only thing stopping Kane leaving will be the asking price as both club and player likely to support an exit.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
6 months ago
Reply to  Spurs est1882

Kane’s exit will be the most damning indictment of Levy’s regime because as he said in the interview with Jamie Redknapp he is happy to stay as long as he sees that the club are matching his ambitions which I presume are to win regularly things like the Premier League and Champions League, not a League or FA Cup nice as it would be to win those. So when he goes he’s saying to Levy, you have no intention of putting in the resources to win League titles. It’s all just talk.

Spurs est1882
Spurs est1882
6 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

I am not even sure it’s talk anymore, seems to be no intent at all, not even to pretend.

ministers cat
ministers cat
6 months ago

I just voted for the old man with the white beard (icon) and I dont even know what it means

MrChickenHead
MrChickenHead
6 months ago
Reply to  ministers cat

White beard 😤 like this one? It’s meant to be steam or vap maybe.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
6 months ago

Even if we win an FA Cup or Europa League unless there is an influx of top quality players Harry is going because without those players it won’t matter how good a coach Mourinho is, the Premier League title will be as far away as ever.