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Ferdinand tells Liverpool, Man Utd to sign ‘ridiculous’ Spurs man – Football365


Rio Ferdinand thinks Liverpool and Manchester United should try and sign Tottenham striker Harry Kane this summer.

Kane has scored 214 goals in 325 matches in all competitions for Spurs, while he also an impressive record for England, bagging 32 goals in his 51 caps for his country.

Defeat to arch-rivals Arsenal on Sunday saw Tottenham remain in eighth position in the Premier League table with little hope of Champions League qualification.


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Kane has been a runner-up in the Champions League and League Cup during his time at Spurs but never lifted a trophy with his boyhood club and many are wondering if it’s time for him to move on.

Ferdinand told his FIVE YouTube channel: “I want to see him lift trophies. He is an unbelievable talent. He has got ridiculous ability, fantastic goalscorer, a good guy.

“If I am Man United, if I am Man City, if I am Liverpool, if I am Chelsea, I would take him. Chelsea can’t get him. But if I am one of them three teams, I would take him now.”

A move to Liverpool or Man Utd this summer seems unlikely but Paul Merson thinks Kane now has a “big decision” to make.

Merson told Sky Sports: “It was another football match where I couldn’t see what Tottenham were trying to do and I was quite worried for them.

“But they’ll probably turn up next week or the week after and roll someone over and everyone will say they are great and that Harry Kane should stay.

“Ultimately it’s a big decision for him – I think he’s the best centre forward in the world and I just thought yesterday was another game he would have walked off the pitch and will have thought ‘this isn’t good enough’.

“I want to see Harry Kane finish his career winning stuff because he’s a special player.

“At the end of your career you want to look back at the stuff you have won – Tottenham’s a great club and well run but I’m not sure he’ll be able to do there.”

 





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