Liverpool are one of only two Premier League clubs that could now sign Harry Kane in the future reckons a former Tottenham Hotspur manager.
Kane wanted to exit the north London club this summer but they could not agree on a transfer fee with Manchester City.
The 28-year-old England captain, who has netted 223 goals in 339 games for Spurs – breaking the 20-goal barrier for the past seven seasons – has not won any major honours with them though and is eager not to end his career trophyless.
HITC quote ex-Tottenham Hotspur player and manager Tim Sherwood, who was Kane’s boss in the 2013/14 season, as telling Sky Sports: “For me, it looks like it might be now or never.
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“Harry Kane, at the end of next season, I think he stays there for the whole season, even though he said that he is staying ‘for this summer’.
“Other teams, like Man City probably go for Erling Haaland now. On a £70 million buy, so that blocks the pathway. He won’t leave for leaving sake.
“He will leave because he needs to go to a club where he knows they can win.
“Now, that’s probably Liverpool in the Premier League. Manchester United. Manchester City or Chelsea. It won’t be Chelsea now because they have signed Romelu Lukaku.
“I can see him staying there for the remainder of his career.
“That could be the only one, couldn’t it? Man United because Ronaldo isn’t going to be there forever.”