Manchester United legend, Wayne Rooney, believes Harry Kane has a very tough decision to make in regard to his future at Tottenham Hotspur. The England captain wanted to depart the north Londoners in the summer transfer window, citing a desire to win trophies as the prime motivator.
Manchester City were extremely interested in signing the 28-year-old seeing two bids of £100m and £125m stubbornly rejected by Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.
After months of speculation which began just before the European Championships, Tottenham managed to retain their hitman.
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However, the picture has somewhat changed since that tumultuous summer as Antonio Conte has drastically improved a previously mis-firing Spurs side since he replaced Nuno Espirito-Santo in the summer.
And Rooney believes Kane, who is only six goals away from surpassing Rooney and becoming the Three Lions’ all-time top goal-scorer, has a very difficult decision on his hands.
“I spoke to Harry after the (Euro 2020) final against Italy,” Rooney said in an interview with Alan Shearer for the Athletic.