Gary Neville suggests that Tottenham should let their star leave for FREE as Man Utd eagerly wait to pounce.

Gary Neville suggests that Tottenham should let their star leave for FREE as Man Utd eagerly wait to pounce.

Gary Neville advised Tottenham that they risk losing Harry Kane for nothing if they do not transfer the England captain this summer and instead wait until his contract expires in June 2024.

Manchester United is currently interested in Kane, who is also a target for Bayern Munich in a deal that could cost as much as £100 million.

However, with Tottenham requiring a new manager and director of football this summer, losing their star striker would be a significant risk.

Neville expressed this opinion while serving as a commentator for Sky Sports at Anfield on Sunday. He discussed the predicament at Spurs and their need to retain Kane at any cost.

“Considering how this season will end for Spurs, I don’t believe Tottenham can let Harry Kane leave in the summer,” said the former United fullback.

“They will have to allow him to terminate his contract. Next season, they will need to build around him with a new manager.

If he departs in the summer and a new manager is hired, will he accept the position if he’s a well-known figure without Kane?

“They may have to accept the fact that they will not receive a fee for him or attempt to convince him to remain during that season. The new manager will want to retain Kane and Son Heung-min on the same team.

Hugo Lloris is expected to leave the club, leaving Spurs without a commander for the upcoming campaign.

This position appeared destined for Kane, but the uncertainty surrounding his future leaves the team in limbo heading into the summer.

Kane is believed to have a strong relationship with current interim manager Ryan Mason, with whom he has played for a number of years, and could be persuaded to remain with Spurs by the former academy player.

However, because chairman Daniel Levy risks losing his prized asset for free, Kane and Mason may lose control.

As of now, Julian Nagelsmann is the favorite to take over as manager, but the German is rumored to have requested more control over transfers than previous managers in north London were granted.

The potential departure of a world-class asset could be a major factor in determining whether the former Bayern Munich manager joins the club, as the future of Harry Kane is uncertain.

In addition, Kane will turn 30 years old this summer, which will undoubtedly serve as a reminder of his lack of trophies at this stage in his career.

A move to Manchester United or Bayern Munich would provide a significant opportunity for trophy-laden final years of competing at the highest level.

Kane holds club and international scoring records, having scored 275 goals in 432 appearances for Spurs and 55 goals in 82 appearances for England.

Gary Neville suggests that Tottenham should let their star leave for FREE as Man Utd eagerly wait to pounce.