Liverpool fans have responded to Jamie Carragher’s question on Twitter regarding the future of Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane.
England captain Kane is currently nursing an injury on the sidelines which had been expected to see him miss the remainder of the season, but with the current standstill in football – the striker could return to action.
One of European football’s top strikers, Kane has amassed over 180 goals during his career in North London with Tottenham Hotspur. Despite his goalscoring efforts, the Englishman has failed to win any silverware, and talk of a summer move is now starting to gain pace.
Speaking to fans during a recent Q&A session, Kane remained coy on his future, saying that he would consider a move elsewhere if silverware could be won.
With such talk, it has since been reported that Spurs have put a £200m price tag on Kane, which they hope will see off interest from the likes of Manchester United.
A whole host of European sides are expected to show interest in Kane, and former Liverpool defender turned pundit Carragher has given his thoughts on the striker’s future.
Column on Harry Kane. Very difficult for anyone to move this summer, he’ll then be 28 going into the following season if he goes. Would clubs pay £100/150M for a 28yr old? #football #spurs https://t.co/xLWxFUe0A4
— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) April 3, 2020
Is Harry Kane too good for Spurs?
Carragher’s question of Kane’s value and age prompting a response on Twitter and below are is just some of the reaction:
Juventus paid 100M for 33 year old Ronaldo?
— Dan Ferrigno (@danferrigno) April 3, 2020
Longs we don’t bid I’m not bothered. Class finisher but Klopp would hate his ego.
— Billy (@billyjones1988) April 3, 2020
A lot of clubs would play 100/150m for a 28 year old, at least 5 great years left in him
— stay at home you detty pigs (@John04407982) April 3, 2020
I’d take him for 80m proven goalscorer something we really miss at times
— Mike Newell (@MikeNew1106) April 3, 2020
Why? He needs a team built around him, We wouldn’t do that and nor should we. Would be a waste of money.
— Alex McGuinness (@alexmcguinness) April 3, 2020
He’s injury prone too so who’s going to take the chance. Big fee, big wages for someone who’s pretty much guaranteed to miss a quarter of the season
— andrew douglass (@andrewdouglass5) April 3, 2020
He can’t stay fit for long. Always lengthy layoffs as well. By the time he’s 30 or 31 he’ll have to sack England off to try prolong the club career.
— Tommie Cahill (@TCite92) April 4, 2020
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