MICHAEL OWEN can not see Harry Kane leaving Tottenham – due to his age and the way a lot he would value.
There have been query marks surrounding whether or not England captain Kane, 27, would sooner or later give up Spurs if they continue not to win silverware.
Harry Kane continues to be but to win a trophy with TottenhamCredit score: Reuters
Michael Owen can not see one other membership affording the striker anytime quicklyCredit score: PA:Press Affiliation
However attributable to his switch worth being north of £100million, and the truth that most golf equipment who can afford these sums want to spend it on youthful gamers, Owen thinks Kane will keep put.
The previous Three Lions striker, who himself left Liverpool for Actual Madrid in 2004 for simply £8m as his contract was operating down, advised talkSPORT: “After all he’s succesful [of a move].
“However I can’t actually see it.
“To purchase him, and with all due respect and I’m an enormous Harry Kane fan, the economics of it imply we’re speaking huge, huge cash.
“Would you go and purchase Harry Kane for that sort of cash when he’s within the precise absolute prime of his profession?
“Most golf equipment now want to spend £100m on 19, 20, 21-year-olds the place you’re going to get longevity and worth.
“Don’t get me incorrect, there could be groups which are determined for a striker and simply assume, ‘Proper, sod it, they’re right here and now, let’s simply go and attempt to win one thing’.
“That desperation would possibly come to the fore. However realistically, I might say he’s a Tottenham participant for all times.”
Kane bagged his 2 hundredth Tottenham purpose on his three hundredth look for the membership in the recent win over Ludogorets.
He adopted that up with a late winner at West Brom which saw him move level with Michael Owen within the all-time Premier League scoring charts.
Saturday sees Manchester Metropolis journey to North London as Kane seems to proceed his wonderful scoring type.
Kane and Son are near turning into the most-prolific duo in PL historical past