Harry Kane would have a better chance of winning trophies at Newcastle than Tottenham, claims former Premier League boss

    Tottenham striker Harry Kane would have more chance of lifting a trophy at Newcastle than at his current club.

    Kane has been on the books at the north London side since 2009 but is yet to win silverware with them.

    Kane netted his 265th goal for Spurs against Portsmouth

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    Kane netted his 265th goal for Spurs against Portsmouth

    The 29-year-old has featured in three different finals for Spurs, although is yet to find himself on the winning side.

    His 265 goals at the club lead many to believe he deserves silverware at some point in his career.

    Former manager Neil Warnock may have a solution for Kane though, hinting a move to Tyneside would be more beneficial.

    When asked by Jim White on White and Jordan if Kane has a better chance to win trophies at Newcastle, he told talkSPORT: “Yes, you’re probably right, especially with the future coming up.

    “I tipped them [Newcastle] in pre-season to finish in the top four, and everybody thought I was going round the twist.

    “But they’ve just sustained that. The defensive situation the other night is as good as I’ve seen, against a very good Arsenal side.

    Warnock told talkSPORT he thinks the striker would have more success at Newcastle

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    Warnock told talkSPORT he thinks the striker would have more success at Newcastle

    “I always thought Manchester City, if they could get Kane when that came up last year, but look what they’ve done instead. I mean wow, [Erling] Haaland is unbelievable isn’t he?

    “But if they could get Kane, Newcastle, that would be fantastic, but imagine dealing with Daniel Levy about Kane. They’d want £250million wouldn’t they?”

    Kane is two goals away from becoming Spurs’ all-time record goal scorer, beating the legendary Jimmy Greaves.

    His side are currently fifth in the Premier League table, whereas Newcastle are third with just one loss to their name.

    Eddie Howe’s side have been rejuvenated since their takeover towards the end of 2021.

    Both Spurs and Newcastle have gone years without a trophy, but a move to the latter could see Kane finally win some silverware.

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