Kane told to join Chelsea if he wants to win trophies

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Harry Kane’s future has been under speculation for some weeks, especially with reports now suggesting that he’s keen on joining a club where he can win trophies.

The Englishman has carried Tottenham for many years, but despite his goals, Spurs have failed to win a single trophy.

Former Chelsea defender William Gallas has urged Kane to be selfish at this stage of his career, and think of himself, as he needs to win trophies.

Gallas urged Kane to join either Chelsea, Manchester City or Manchester Unite if he wants to win trophies.

Speaking to 888sport, Gallas said: “To be honest, Harry needs to leave Tottenham. He has to because they did not give him the opportunity to play in the Champions League next season.

“Harry is a world-class striker and top world-class strikers have to play in the Champions League. I know Harry wants to play in that competition and win trophies. When you have the talent like him you have to win trophies. For me, he has to leave.

“He played many years for Tottenham and did a great job but sometimes you have to be selfish. Fans of the club have to wish him all the best.

“There are so many clubs who can give him what he wants to win: the Champions League and Premier League.

“He can be at Chelsea, Manchester United or even Manchester City. He will have the choice and he needs to make the right decision at the crucial time.

“I played and trained with him. He knew what he wanted when he was training with us. He was really focused on scoring goals, his first touch. I am not surprised when he started playing for the first team and scoring. After training, he stayed out to practise shooting.

“When you want to achieve something, you know what you have to do – you have to make sacrifices, you have to work hard and Harry did it very well. That’s why he is the top scorer in England.”

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