According to former boss Tim Sherwood, who questions the club’s willingness to invest the money to make themselves a successful force says, Tottenham ace Harry Kane must make a decision on his future very soon.
Much of the current campaign was injured by the England man, but after six successful campaigns in the Premier League, during which he scored 133 goals, he attracted the attention of many major clubs, including Manchester United and Real Madrid among those connected with the striker’s summer transfer.
United was willing to pay for a prolific player who admitted in March that he would not remain with Tottenham “for their sake.” According to Tim Sherwood, the ex-Spurs boss, Harry Kane will know “very soon” whether he will stay at Tottenham or join Manchester United.
Kane will be 27 by the time he starts next season and has yet to win any silverware in his career but it is believed that the Red Devils will have to pay more than £150 m to sign.
The England international has a big decision to make if an offer is to be made and Sherwood, who gave Kane his full Tottenham debut, thinks it could be revealing the next few weeks.
“It’s like Alan Shearer,” he explained to the Daily Mail. “He finishes fourth with Blackburn Rovers [in 1992-93], then second [in 1993-94]. Manchester United is all over him, but he wants to stay, because he knows we have the potential to win it, and we did the next season. I’d wait until the summer to see what they’re doing.
“They have a manager who hasn’t gone there only to finish in the top four. Harry will know very soon if the club is willing to invest the money to give itself the chance to win the title.”