Jose Mourinho Tells Kane Side To Join Amidst Man United, Chelsea and City Interest

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Jose Mourinho Gives Harry Kane Transfer advice as the Player is on the verge of a Tottenham exit.

Tottenham Hotspur’s Talisman, Harry Kane has been in the news for quite a while after announcing his intentions to leave the club.

The announcement has got Pep Guadiola and other top managers in the English game creaming themselves at the prospect of getting the 165 PL goals Striker in their team.

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Manchester United and Manchester city have emerged as favorites to land the player who is said to be valued at £120m by Tottenham’s Chairman, Daniel Levy.

Former Tottenham’s manager, Jose Mourinho has got words of advice for the Player he worked with for 17 months before been shown the Exit at the White Hart Lane.

Mourinho who was instrumental in Kane’s developing into a reputable playmaker spoke on the player’s future in an interview with Sun.

When asked to share his view on the Harry Kane saga he said “he should go where he’ll be happy.

It is about legacy. Legacy is about medals,’
‘But who knows? In five weeks Harry could be a European champion.’

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Asked where he thinks Kane will be playing next season, Mourinho said: ‘I think he has to play where he is happy.
‘And I think he is happy in England. He is a very Premier League guy.’

Kane in an interview with sky sports last month talked about his desire to leave Tottenham as he wants to be playing in the big games.

He stated his desire to be playing in the Champions League and competing for the big titles which will be impossible playing for Tottenham as they are in the prestigious Europa Conference League.

It remains to be seen if a move Will materialize as Daniel Levy Will be holding out for an astronomical fee in addition to the player’s £300k per week wages demand.

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