Former Tottenham striker Peter Crouch has urged Harry Kane to consider staying put at the club as the ‘grass isn’t always greener’ elsewhere.
Harry Kane has been told he should shun interest from Real Madrid and push to stake a claim for a statue at Tottenham.
Given his status as one of the most prolific forwards around, the striker continues to be linked with a number of European sides. Real Madrid have been the most prominent side linked with the Spurs man in that regard.
Kane has shown consistency over the years that has seen him surpass the 150-goal mark in the Premier League and also earn the captain’s armband for England.
The striker has received praises from all over but is yet to win any silverware in all his years of senior club football at Tottenham.
It has been claimed that personal ambition might push Kane to go in search of trophies elsewhere, especially with Real Madrid knocking on the door.
Crouch believes Kane can achieve those ambitions at Tottenham and push to be remembered and immortalized as a club legend.
The former Spurs forward told the Daily Star: “Sometimes the grass isn’t always greener.”
“I think if you win something at Tottenham, it is going to mean 10 times more than going to Real Madrid and winning something.”
“He’s a top player and he deserves the best so nobody can begrudge him anything if he wants to move.”
“But I just feel like if Kane thinks there’s a chance of winning something at Tottenham I think it would mean far more to him than if he went somewhere and perhaps won a league title in a different country.”
“Whereas at Tottenham, if he finishes there or he manages to win something there, they’ll have a statue built for him, wouldn’t they?”