Former Arsenal midfielder Paul Merson thinks that Jose Mourinho’ s playing style might encourage Harry Kane to leave Tottenham Hotspur.
Former Arsenal midfielder Paul Merson has actually declared that Harry Kane will not want to play under Jose Mourinho if the Tottenham Hotspur manager goes back to his former style.
Kane cast doubt over his long-lasting future in North London previously today when he firmly insisted that he would not remain at the club if he felt that they were no longer making development towards flatware.
Nevertheless, Merson likewise thinks that Mourinho’ s style of play will element into Kane’s believing if Tottenham’s assaulting opportunities start decreasing.
“If Harry Kane wants to win stuff, he may have to leave Tottenham. Will Kane get six or seven chances a game playing the way Jose Mourinho does? I don’t think so. For me that’s what he needs to weigh up,” Merson informed Sky Sports News.
” He likes scoring goals, he desires to play for an assaulting team, however I do not see that taking place next season. Kane will be taking a look at Mourinho’ s history, and mark my words, next year, or whenever football starts once again, Mourinho’ s playing style will be various. Spurs won’ t be allowing 2 or 3 goals per game, that’s for sure. Jose will be making sure he gets that.
” Up until now at Spurs it’s been gung-ho, with the 3-2s, your 5-2s, 4-3s, however that isn’t Mourinho deep down. And what that implies is that Harry Kane won’ t be getting 5 opportunities a game any longer, and he will have to weigh that up since he likes scoringgoals I do not think Kane will want to remain in a team where he is getting 10 goals a season, even if Spurs are even more up the league.
” How has Jose Mourinho handled to play with big- name strikers prior to? The likes of Didier Drogba at Chelsea and Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Manchester United were centerpiece players, where you drop the ball into them and they have players running them. Harry Kane does not want to be that.
“Kane desires to get associated with a various way, come down the channels, drop brief and shoot. He’s a smart footballer, and I do not think he will want to be a centerpieceplayer He likewise has to think whether he desires to end up being the leading Premier League goalscorer of perpetuity. If he remains at Tottenham under Mourinho, I do not see that taking place. He’s on 136 at the age of 26, with Alan Shearer on 260.
“He has to score at least 50 goals in the next two seasons to stand a chance of reaching that, because he isn’t reaching those numbers in his 30s – football isn’t like that anymore. I don’t see him doing that with Mourinho as manager. He needs to leave himself with an average of 10 to 15 goals a season in his early 30s.”
Real Madrid and Manchester City are supposedly secured a ₤150 m fight for Kane, while Manchester United are likewise believed to be interested.