HARRY KANE has been urged to quit “shambles” club Tottenham and “push” for a move to Manchester United by Jamie Redknapp.
The striker overtook Wayne Rooney to become the second-highest Premier League goalscorer earlier this month.
The England captain, who is also our country’s all-time top marksman, has now taken his tally to 278 goals in 434 games for the club and is Tottenham’s record scorer.
But it has been another year of disappointment for him at club level and he is still yet to win a trophy during his incredible career.
It has been 60 days since the North London side axed Antonio Conte, but with Feyenoord’s Arne Slot snubbing Spurs, it remains to be seen who will take charge.
Manchester United have made the star one of their top summer transfer targets as Kane’s future remains in the spotlight.
He only has a year left on his contract at Spurs as speculation continues to mount over who his new boss will be.
And former Tottenham midfielder Jamie Redknapp has urged the 29-year-old to leave his boyhood and do everything to secure a move to a side challenging for silverware.
Speaking on Sky Sports, he said: “It's the facts, it feels Spurs are a shambles, if you are Harry Kane with one year to go this is the time to leave he has to push now.
“(Manchester) United they might get someone, he missed Man City a few years ago, right now he needs to push with one year on contract to go somewhere.”
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Redknapp added: “Tottenham are like a social experiment of how far you can push your fans before they completely lose it.
“They need to do something, no one wants to lose Harry Kane, he has been incredible but deserves better.”
Following Saturday's 3-1 home loss to Brentford, Kane admitted “a lot needs to change” if Spurs are to become successful.
He said: “I've said all along I'm focused on this season and trying to help the team as much as possible. That's all I can do.
“There's a big summer ahead and a lot that needs to change here to start being successful again.
“Ultimately my focus now is to enjoy this last week as much as possible and try to finish with a win [at Leeds United] on Sunday.”