Spurs fans have been discussing some quotes from former Newcastle United and Blackburn Rovers striker Alan Shearer regarding Harry Kane.
The 49-year-old featured on the Match of the Day: Top 10 podcast and discussed the England captain’s future with the Lilywhites, saying: “My guess is, if he doesn’t win anything in the next 12 months then he has to leave. I think he’ll do another year, and if nothing comes in terms of trophies, he’ll be off.” (via COYS.com)
In his time with the North London club, Kane has scored an impressive 181 goals in 278 appearances, but unfortunately has no trophies to show for his significant efforts. Following the defeat in the Champions League final last season, the Lilywhites have endured a difficult season in cup competitions, meaning it will be another trophyless season for the prolific forward.
Do you agree with Shearer's quotes?
Reaction from Spurs fans to the quotes from Shearer can be seen in the tweets below.
I think that’s true, one more year then he’s gone
— Kris (@krisCOYS) March 25, 2020
I think he’ll be gone this summer. He’s always said he’s happy to stay as long as we keep progressing
— Joe Ost (@Osty1988) March 25, 2020
I wouldn’t begrudge him a move in the Summer… we’re not going to win anything under this current Regime, he’s wasting his time on us
— ®?K™? (@EstNorthLDN) March 25, 2020
Couldn’t agree more, my only worry is he might think that this summer…..
— Luke Neville (@lukenev13) March 26, 2020
It’ll be sad to see him go, but it’s inevitable.
— Joanne Muhammad (@joannethejenius) March 25, 2020
I’ve long said this. It’s put up or shut up from Levy now in terms of ambition
— #FoythTurn (@MarkTho91202887) March 25, 2020
These Spurs fans seem to agree with Shearer that Kane could leave in the near future if the North London side fail to win a trophy.
What do we think?
Although Spurs have failed to do it this season, Mourinho is a serial winner and you would think that he could be the man to deliver a trophy next season. Even if he fails to do so, Kane is currently valued at £135 million by Transfermarkt, so it would take a huge bid to see him leave.