Tottenham star Harry Kane needs to join top club, says Man City legend
Former Man City midfielder Rodney Marsh says Tottenham striker Harry Kane needs to join a top club
Harry Kane needs to leave Tottenham Hotspur and join a big club in the near future, according to Rodney Marsh.
The 22-year-old scored his third goal in four appearances for the English national team in a 2-0 victory over Switzerland in their latest Euro 2016 qualifier on Tuesday night.
He needs to be at a top club. I would love to see him at Manchester City
Kane, who was named the PFA young player of the year last season, was heavily linked with a £50m move to United in the summer transfer window despite the striker pledging his allegiance to Tottenham.
Former Manchester City and Queens Park Rangers forward Marsh reckons Kane is too good for Spurs, urging the England international to make a step up to a bigger club in the near future.
“He needs to go on and become the player he can be. He isn’t going to become that at Spurs because Spurs have now become that mediocre, second-tier team in the Premier League,” Marsh told talkSPORT.
“He needs to be at a top club. I would love to see him at Manchester City because I think he could score 30 goals a year for the next ten years.”
Kane scored 31 times in 51 games in all competitions for the north London side last season.
The Spurs man was linked with a move to Manchester United in the summer transfer window.