Harry Kane is ‘BIGGER’ than the club like Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Steven Gerrard and there’s ‘no chance’ England star stays at Tottenham this summer

Tony Cascarino believes Harry Kane is bigger than Tottenham right now and there’s is no chance the club will be able to keep him this summer.

The Spurs striker has done little to cool speculation about his future after reports of a transfer request emerged earlier this week.

Kane spoke openly about his future with Neville
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In an interview with Gary Neville, Kane spoke about watching other English clubs in the Champions League with envy, his admiration of Man City star Kevin De Bruyne, and the need for a frank discussion with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy.

According to the Daily Mail, Levy is ‘furious’ with the interview and some may agree that such a public approach to the saga from Kane is perhaps a little disrespectful to Spurs.

But after numerous years of being one of Europe’s top strikers without reward, endless transfer links with the biggest clubs in world football, is it time to admit Kane is too big for Tottenham?

A number of top clubs have unsurprisingly been linked with Kane

For Cascarino, the former Republic of Ireland striker, Kane finds himself in a rare situation of being more important than the club he represents.

“We always say no player is bigger than the club, that’s absolute nonsense,” he told talkSPORT

“Now and again, for a period of time, they are. At this moment in time, Kane is bigger than the club. He’s the whole story.

“He’s the guy they’ve been reliant on, he’s their biggest demand in the transfer market.

Messi’s future is also up in the air

“Lionel Messi has been that at Barcelona for a number of years. Not in the long term or the history of the football club, but for a period of time, Messi has been more important than Barcelona.

“It happened to Ronaldo at Real Madrid. It happened to Steven Gerrard at Liverpool. He was equally as big as Liverpool and the most important thing at the club.”

And for those reasons, Cascarino casts a dim view on Tottenham’s hopes of keeping Kane for next season amid links to Man City, United and Chelsea.

“I don’t think there’s any chance he’ll be at Tottenham next year,” he added.

“The only man who can stop it is Daniel Levy.”