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Kane worth as much as Neymar says former Spurs player

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Pascal Chimbonda says Tottenham should not let Kane go for anything less than the fee paid for Neymar.

Tottenham striker Harry Kane has been scoring left and right on his national duty. Kane scored a hattrick in his last match helping England to seal a place in the Euro 2020. With 12 goals in eight games, the 26-year is the top scorer in the European qualifiers above the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo.

Time and again, rumors come out linking Harry Kane to Real Madrid. And Pascal Chimbonda feels that if such a move was to happen, Tottenham should demand a world-record fee. Speaking to Gambling.com, the former Spurs player also backed the Spurs number-10 to improve in days to come.

“If Harry Kane was to go to Daniel Levy and say ‘listen, Mr Chairman, I want to leave so I can go play in a big team and win trophies’ then I think Levy would maybe let him go,” Chimbonda told.

“But unless Kane makes that move, I don’t think he’ll leave. He seems happy there, he’s a Spurs boy, he’s the main man and he’s got everything he needs. If he stays, he will be the club captain pretty soon too, so maybe he won’t ever want to leave.

“I don’t think for one second that Harry Kane’s best days are behind him.

“If Kane was to stay at Spurs, and they don’t improve much, can he fulfill his individual potential? If he goes abroad maybe to a Spanish team he could improve more and more and win more and more.