Jack Pitt-Brooke has been speaking on the latest episode of The View from The Lane podcast to discuss all things Tottenham Hotspur.
One of the main talking points was the future of Jose Mourinho’s main man, Harry Kane, with speculation surrounding his time at Spurs potentially coming to an end this summer.
The 27-year-old has been in stunning form this season. In the Premier League alone, the England captain has netted 17 times and provided 13 assists, which is the most out of all players in the division.
Discussing the striker’s future in north London, Pitt-Brooke had this to say on the matter.
He said: “My personal opinion on this – and I might be wrong – is that I think it’s very likely that Kane will still be a Tottenham player next season.
“I’m sure he might be interested in what other options there would be out there for him. But I don’t think he has as much power right now as you might think.
“He has got three years left on his contract, Daniel Levy has absolutely no need to sell him. And I don’t think that in post-[pandemic] economics, I don’t think there really is going to be the market for a 28-year-old. I think the good old days where players like Griezmann, Hazard, Alexis Sanchez, Higuain would go for massive money at the age of 28, I don’t think that’s going to happen post-[pandemic].”
Do you think Kane would want to leave Spurs this summer?
The 27-year-old netted twice in the first-leg game against Dinamo Zagreb to give Spurs an aggregate lead over to Croatia, but his side were unable to convert in the Croatian capital as they saw their European hopes come to a halt.
TIF Thoughts on Pitt-Brooke’s comments…
Kane has been playing in the Tottenham first-team for just over eight years now and in that time, he has failed to lift any silverware with the north London side. From what Pitt-Brooke has to say, it is plausible to think Kane may consider leaving Spurs this summer. However, as he also mentioned, it may not be as simple as that for Kane with Daniel Levy reportedly expecting a groundbreaking sum of money for his prized asset.