Man Utd, Newcastle ‘not enough’ for Kane but ex-Spurs man tells tells striker to join ‘glamorous club’

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Man Utd target Kane Credit: Alamy
Man Utd target Kane Credit: Alamy

Jermaine Jenas thinks a transfer to Man Utd or Newcastle United would “not be enough” for Harry Kane amid reports linking him with a move away from Spurs.

Kane is out of contract in 2024 and he is yet to commit his future to Tottenham beyond the end of next season.

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Spurs have struggled and they now look set to miss out on the top four. But Kane himself has been in stunning form as he has scored 24 goals in 32 league appearances for the London outfit.

The England international is being heavily linked with a move to Man Utd as it is known that they are in the market for a new striker.

Earlier this week, it was reported that United boss Erik ten Hag is ‘obsessed’ with Kane, who is understood to be the Dutchman’s top target heading into the summer.

Kane has also been consistently linked with a move to Bayern Munich following the departure of Robert Lewandowski to FC Barcelona. But it has been claimed that the Spurs star would prefer to stay in the Premier League so he can break Alan Shearer’s scoring record.

Jenas thinks Man Utd and Newcastle are the “options” for Kane, but he has encouraged the Tottenham standout to “get himself on a plane” if Real Madrid try to sign him.

“The other is Newcastle,” Jenas told The Mirror. “They’ve got the financial structure for the foreseeable future, a team that has got stability, will play in the Champions League and grow.

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“We don’t know how much they’re gonna kick on next year but I’m sure they’re going to. But if I’m totally honest, I don’t feel like those two options [Newcastle and Man United] are enough for Harry.

“I think that with his love for the club and the ability for Tottenham to pay him what he wants anyway – because they do have the ability to pay their best players as they’ve shown in the past – if those are only his only two options, I only see him staying at Spurs.

“Bayern Munich, I don’t see him because there because he wants to beat [Alan] Shearer’s [Premier League goalscoring] record.

“But if Real Madrid came up, he should get himself on a plane as soon as possible because those opportunities just don’t come up often. You’re talking about the most glamorous football club on the planet where he can go and win stuff, and create another legacy at a different place and have a new experience with his family as well.”

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