Kane has spoken openly about his Spurs’ failure to win trophies.
England captain says he is prepared to leave if the team does not progress.
Ex-West Ham, Everton and Leicester striker Tony Cottee is convinced Harry Kane will leave Tottenham Hotspur next season.
The England international has been heavily linked with a move away from Spurs - with Manchester United and Real Madrid reportedly monitoring his situation - after he recently revealed he will seek pastures new if the Lilywhites do not match his ambition of winning trophies. But Cottee a former England striker himself reckons the 26-year-old will remain at the north London side for at least one more season. "I think there will come a time when he says, 'I've done as much as I can, I've scored lots of goals for Spurs but for many, many reasons it's not happened'," the former West Ham, Everton, Leicester and England striker told Sky Sports News.
"Everything is in place there. They've got a great stadium, great club, great fans etc. but they haven't won anything. That's what Harry will want to taste before he finishes his career. You want that feeling of winning the Premier League or Champions League and at the moment I can't see him doing that at Spurs. “I think it's inevitable, if it doesn't happen in the next year or so, I think Harry will leave - probably next summer."
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