Robbie Fowler expects Tottenham star to leave club this summer
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Robbie Fowler expects Tottenham star to leave club this summer

Robbie Fowler has told the Sunday Mirror (15/1; page 71) that he expects Harry Kane to leave Tottenham Hotspur this summer, claiming that he will not blink if a good bid arrives.

Kane’s future is becoming more and more of a talking point once again. The striker has been outstanding for Spurs this season. And he is on the cusp of becoming the club’s all-time leading goalscorer.

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Crucially, his contract expires at the end of next season. And it remains to be seen whether he will opt to sign a new deal with Tottenham.

Fowler expects Harry Kane to leave Tottenham

Of course, his decision may come down to whether he can see Spurs ending their current trophy drought in the next few years. He turns 30 later this year. And this may be the final massive contract of his career if his decision works out.

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Tottenham have threatened to achieve something special under Antonio Conte. But they still appear to be some way off the pace-setters in the Premier League.

And with that, Fowler has suggested that he can see Kane leaving in the summer.

“As I got older as a player, the more I became aware there’s no loyalty in football, just ruthless financial decisions,” he told the Sunday Mirror (15/1; page 71).

“Which is why I expect Harry Kane to leave Spurs in the summer.

“The fact is that all this talk of loyalty is a two-way street – it needs to work both ways.

“I expect he won’t blink if a decent offer comes in this summer,” he added.

Coming months appear to be crucial

Much will depend on how the rest of the season plays out for Tottenham. Should they do well in the Champions League and finish in the top-four, that has to be considered a promising season. And it is something to build on.

And that may help them keep Kane.

Meanwhile, if a club makes a monumental offer and Kane says he wants to go, Daniel Levy will face a tough decision.

But it also cannot be ruled out that Tottenham will look to keep Kane – even if he is planning to not sign a new deal.

They would miss out on a transfer fee. But keeping him one more year, and having more time to potentially convince him to stay, may be much more valuable to Spurs.

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