The former Tottenham midfielder hopes the England captain can be persuaded to stay put, but believes personal ambition will see his head turned
Harry Kane could soon follow Gareth Bale’s lead and start mulling over a move away from Tottenham, says Jermaine Jenas, with the north London outfit considered to be heading in the opposite direction to their star striker.
A big-money transfer for the England captain has been mooted for some time. With his reputation established as one of the most fearsome frontmen in world football, Kane has no shortage of suitors in the global game.
Jenas believes that could lead the 27-year-old away from Spurs – following the likes of Bale and Kyle Walker who have gone chasing trophies elsewhere in the past – with there only so long that a player with such an impressive record can put up with missing out on major silverware.