Glenn Hoddle has told BeIN Sports that he thinks Harry Kane will leave Tottenham Hotspur this summer, but only if Spurs fail to win a trophy – or miss out on qualifying in the top-four places in the Premier League.
Kane, who turns 28 in the summer, is yet to win a trophy at Tottenham despite scoring 210 goals in his 321 appearances for the club. He has been linked with big-money moves to Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester City.
But there is debate over whether Kane could remain at Spurs. Currently sitting in eighth in the Premier League, Spurs are still in with a decent shout of finishing in the top four – especially as they have a game in hand.
Spurs have also reached the Carabao Cup final under Jose Mourinho, and are yet to get out of second gear in the Europa League. But Hoddle thinks without top four or silverware, Kane will leave in the coming months.