Tottenham striker has been warned to join Manchester United instead of making a move to Real Madrid, MySportDab reports.
Former Spurs and Madrid playmaker thinks the striker would be better off staying in the Premier League than making a move to Spain.
Harry Kane has been warned against joining Real Madrid over Manchester United by Rafael van der Vaart who played for both teams.
With Zidane and Solskjaer’s side weighing up a move for the England striker, with him needing to move elsewhere for silverware.
Van der Vaart thinks the 27-year-old would be better off at Old Trafford than making that move to Spain.
Why he said so is because many players made that move from Premier League and couldn’t hit the ground running after their move.
Read What Van der Vaart Said Below
“He is now the best striker after [Robert] Lewandowski, and he is the man at Tottenham,” the former Tottenham and Madrid midfielder told Ziggo Sport.
“It may sound crazy, but you would almost say go to Manchester United or something, stay in England.
“Usually, it’s not such a success when an English player goes to Madrid.”
Harry Kane will be hoping to add to his already scored 29 goals in all competitions this season as they look to overturn their horrible season.
Tottenham last encounter ended with a disappointing 2-2 draw against Newcastle United with the English striker scoring twice.