Harry Kane has talked about a likely transfer away from Tottenham in an Instagram live session on Sunday, MySportDab reports.
Harry Kane admitted he could leave Tottenham if they don’t develop into more strong title contenders.
The Spurs man has been linked with Real Madrid and Manchester United recently and has now put them on alert with a message about a possible transfer.
Kane was chatting with former Tottenham midfielder Jamie Redknapp on Instagram and admitted he could think about leaving if he believes the club were going backwards rather than trying to win titles.
Tottenham have endured a tough period since reaching the Champions League final last season with Coach Mauricio Pochettino sacked and Jose Mourinho hired as his replacement.
MySportDab understands Kane has been out injured since New Year’s Day, but he’s now back in training and hopes to help Tottenham reach the top four spots and qualify for the Champions League next season.
But The England Striker has warned Club executive Daniel Levy and the Tottenham board that he will leave the club unless things move in the right direction.
When asked being a Tottenham player for his entire career, he said: “It’s a nice question.
“Obviously people ask this question a lot. It’s one of those questions. I couldn’t say no or yes.
“I love Tottenham, I will always love Tottenham, but it’s one of the things, I’ve said it before if I don’t feel progress in the team or it’s not heading towards the right direction then I’m not someone to just stay there.
“I’m a very ambitious player, I want to always improve, I want to get even better. I want to become one of the top best players
“It all mostly depends what happens within the team and how we progress together.
“So it’s not assured I’m going to stay forever but it’s not a no either.”
When asked if he’d rather win the Premier League title or be the top goalscorer in Premier League history, he gave a very strong answer.
“Premier League winner surely,” Harry Kane said.
“I’ve done had individual records and had great individual success, but I play to win trophies as a team, so I don’t think you can take that away from any player, you’re working together as a team at the end and being champions.
“I’m very sure it would feel a lot better than breaking any record for sure.”
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