Should Tottenham sell Harry Kane this summer, they’re going to have to search far and wide to find an appropriate replacement for the goal machine.
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With that in mind, should Kane move on this summer, Daniel Levy is going to present the future Spurs manager with someone adequate to fill the void and score the goals in his absence.
But former Tottenham midfielder Paul Stewart doesn’t believe that either Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin or Danny Ings, who is reportedly a Spurs target and could be available for £30m, are good enough to replace the 27-year-old.
Meanwhile, Ings couldn’t replicate his form from the previous year but has scored 34 league goals across the previous two seasons and remains capable of doing in at the highest level.
“Kane will probably leave in the summer, Sonny may well follow him,” Stewart exclusively told This is Futbol. “The talks of strikers to fulfil their boots are Calvert-Lewin or Danny Ings, but they’re not in Kane’s class.”