Kane will know ‘very soon’ if he will stay at Tottenham – Sherwood

Spurs might not be ready to complement their No.9’s title winning ambition by investing in the squad of theirs, the former supervisor has said

Tottenham ace Harry Kane is going to make a choice on his potential “very soon”, according to former boss Tim Sherwood, who doubts the ambition of the club to invest the funds to make themselves a competitive force.
The England male has spent a lot of the present campaign injured, but after 6 prolific campaigns in the Premier League, during which he’s scored 133 goals, he’s attracted the curiosity of several major clubs, with Real Madrid and manchester United among those related to a summer action for the striker.
Sherwood has warned Spurs that the No.9 won’t stay at the club “for the benefit of it”, despite coming through their youth ranks to establish himself as one of the game’s top marksmen.
Particularly, Sherwood, who also managed Aston Villa, has pinpointed a loss of trophy good results as a main reason why the 26-year-old could go on, although he did propose that manager Jose Mourinho could entice him to remain thanks to his title winning pedigree.
“It’s like Alan Shearer,” he told the Daily Mail. “He finishes fourth with Blackburn (in 1992 93), then next (in 1993 94). Manchester United are actually all over him. Though he decides to remain, since he thinks we’ve the quality to win it, so we did the following season.
“Harry wants to evaluate this himself. I will wait around to find out what they do in the summer.
“They’ve got a supervisor that hasn’t gone there to just complete inside the top 4. Harry is going to know quite shortly if the club are actually prepared to invest that cash to provide themselves that opportunity of winning the league.”


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Spurs’ last major honour came in 2007 08 when they received the League Cup, while the north London side haven’t received the top flight title after 1960 61.
Presently they lie eighth in the Premier League standings, with forty one points – exactly one half of the tally league leaders Liverpool have mustered.
With uncertainty continuing to surround the conclusion of the season, that has been recorded on hold because of the continuous coronavirus pandemic, the possibility of Spurs playing in the Champions League next season continues to hang in the balance.