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Danny Mills says Harry Kane would be perfect for Chelsea

Ex-Premier League player Danny Mills has told Sky Sports News that Tottenham striker Harry Kane would be an ideal summer signing for Chelsea.

The Blues lifted the Champions League last night after a 1-0 win over Manchester City.

Afterwards, Mills claimed on Sky Sports News that Tottenham man Kane would be ideal for the newly crowned Champions League winners.

Harry Kane celebrates scoring for Tottenham; Photo; Visionhaus; Getty Images

Kane could leave Tottenham this summer and the former Premier League player thinks he’d be ideal for Chelsea.

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He told Sky Sports News: “I actually think Harry Kane would be very well suited to Chelsea.

“The way that he plays with all that pace either side of him, there’s five or six players or Chelsea that have the legs to run around him.

“That would be very interesting and if Harry Kane wants to win trophies, Chelsea have proven that they can do that.”

Kane would be an astonishing signing for Chelsea to consider.

The 27-year-old has enjoyed another quality campaign at Tottenham. He’s fired 33 goals and registered 17 assists during the season.

He is set to smash all sorts of Premier League records and could depart Tottenham this summer.

Silverware has eluded him thus far during his career and leaving Spurs could help him win trophies.

Kane would be game-changing signing for Chelsea

The Blues now have the Champions League crown under their belt and attention must turn towards next season.

Kane would be a superb signing for the football club, although signing him won’t come easily.

The England man will cost a fortune and it all depends on whether Chelsea can justify such a sum this summer.

Harry Kane is a target for several clubs; Photo; Tottenham Hotspur FC; Tottenham Hotspur FC; Getty Images

It’s only natural that Kane wants to leave Tottenham and it looks a given that he’ll depart this summer.

Chelsea could make a real statement of intent by landing the striker and Thomas Tuchel will surely consider him when the window re-opens.

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