Harry Kane told to leave Tottenham Hotspur in the quest for some silverware.
The 27-year old England international has 13 goals and 11 assists to his name this season for Tottenham Hotspur.
Danny Murphy believes that the England captain should move to one of Europe’s biggest clubs- Manchester City.
Sergio Aguero is yet to renew his contract with the Cityzens and Kane joining Pep Guardiola’s side would prove nothing but success for the talent he possesses.
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Murphy said: “Harry Kane clearly loves Spurs and wanted to give Jose Mourinho every chance this season. But they are miles off challenging for a Premier League title or Champions League, so now it’s decision time.
“Does he want to be like Thierry Henry, who left Arsenal for Barcelona and won the Champions League?
“Or does he want to be like Jamie Vardy, who stayed at Leicester when he was coveted by other clubs and could have won more silverware, but will be remembered as the Foxes’ greatest player?
“One thing looks clear. From this summer onwards, future offers will be harder to come by. So I do think he should twist rather than stick.”
Murphy added: “Picking the right club would also be vital for Kane, who doesn’t have the luxury of helping to build a long-term project.
“For example, Manchester United would be improved by signing the England captain and could afford his transfer fee and wages but, for Kane, is it worth leaving Spurs without that guarantee of immediate success? United might still be a year or two away from winning the big trophies which makes me think Manchester City looks a better fit.