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Kane may find that the grass is not always greener- Peter Crouch

Harry Kane
The all-time leading goal scorer for Tottenham has been rumored to be considering a summer transfer, with his existing contract set to expire at the end of the upcoming season.

Peter Crouch has advised Harry Kane to thread with caution, even as he seeks a move away from Tottenham Hotspur.

Harry Kane

With one year remaining on his contract, the 29-year-old player is at risk of leaving Tottenham without a transfer fee in the summer of 2024.

Bayern Munich have made several unsuccessful attempts to acquire the England captain. There is also reported interest from Manchester United and Real Madrid as well. Despite the interest from other clubs, Tottenham’s chairman Daniel Levy is determined not to sell the star striker.

Ahead of the season’s commencement in just over three weeks, Peter Crouch shared his perspective on the ongoing transfer drama in an exclusive interview with TNT Sports.

“It’s a difficult one with Harry [Kane]. As a person who has been involved in the Spurs camp for as long as I have, I know what a fantastic club it is,” said Crouch.

“But unfortunately the squad has not been built around him in the way it should have, and a player of that calibre deserves to be winning trophies.”

“I think all Spurs fans would give him their blessing if he does want to leave, but what I would say is the grass is not always greener”.

“The opportunity of becoming the Premier League’s record goalscorer is not to be sniffed at”.

“If he stays and goes on to break Alan Shearer’s record, that’s something he will be forever remembered for.” He said

For quite some time, Tottenham have maintained their stance on not selling Kane to fellow Premier League clubs.

This means Kane’s most probable option if he decides to push for a move would be to transfer abroad. However, with a mere 47 goals away from surpassing Alan Shearer’s all-time Premier League goal record.

Peter Crouch suggests that the opportunity to make history could be a compelling factor in persuading the striker to stay at Spurs.

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