Former Tottenham midfielder Danny Murphy has suggested that Harry Kane should leave the club in search of silverware, as he must be “sick to death” of the team’s repeated struggles. Murphy questioned why the 29-year-old would want to stay at Spurs, who are currently in turmoil on and off the pitch following back-to-back Premier League defeats against Bournemouth and Newcastle, where they have conceded nine goals. The club’s recent form has seen them lose ground in the race to finish in the top four, and they are in danger of slipping from fifth to seventh if Liverpool and Brighton win their games in hand. Kane’s contract with Spurs is set to expire in 2024, with Manchester United known to be long-term admirers. Murphy declared that Kane could be sold in the summer depending on whether he fits into the next permanent manager’s style of play with Tottenham reigniting their interest in Julian Nagelsmann.