Gary Neville reveals Harry Kane’s next club in England
Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville believes Harry Kane must leave Tottenham after this season if he wants to win silverware.
Neville also feels Kane’s only realistic option among English clubs is Manchester United.
The England striker has been in outstanding form this season, scoring 18 times in 25 Premier League appearances.
Kane has surpassed Jimmy Greaves as Spurs’ all-time leading goal scorer, but at 29, he is yet to lift a trophy.
“He is a wonderful player, he’s a great professional, and I think if Harry Kane could leave now and you could get him an exit out of there to a club in Manchester, probably United or City, I think he would take that opportunity,” Neville told Sky Sports.
Gary Neville predicts title winners, top four places
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So rigid, stiff – Gary Neville slams Chelsea star following 4-1 defeat
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What will happen to Pochettino at Chelsea – Gary Neville
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