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Carabao Cup achievement could be sufficient to keep Harry Kane at Tottenham, says Teddy Sheringham with Chelsea connected with a move 


Kane is effectively viewed as probably the best striker in world football at the present time and is well on course to have one of his best at any point seasons as a forward, previously netting 31-objectives this season and adding 16-helps. That has prompted bits of gossip that he could leave the club toward the finish of the period as he needs to add prizes to the bureau, which has implied that we are a lot of inspired by an transfers bargain 


Britain skipper Kane has never considered leaving the club that offered him a major break, and Sheringham has asserted that the Carabao Cup win might be sufficient for the striker to wait. He told the Evening Standard in front of Tottenham's League Cup last conflict with Manchester City on Sunday: "I would not like to leave Tottenham. 

"I needed the best parts on the planet to come and play with me. Yet, it was so clear to me that that wasn't going to occur. My time was expiring, I had an inclination that if it won't occur here, I need to proceed to play with the best parts on the planet. "You can't say any more attractive than that. Assuming Harry feels that is the situation, he could go anyplace he needs on the planet, yet I believe he's glad. On the off chance that he wins his first prize on Sunday, I figure he will remain. Ideally, that goes on to greater and better things. 

"I think on the off chance that he sees something else, he needs to move away. They're attempting, in actuality, so as long as that proceeds with I figure Harry will be cheerful."


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