Ex-England international claims Harry Kane is worth £100m and urges striker to leave Tottenham

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Former England striker Rodney Marsh insists Harry Kane must leave Tottenham Hotspur in order to fulfill his potential.

The 22-year-old struck his third international goal during the Three Lions’ 2-0 Euro 2016 qualifier victory over Switzerland at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday night, just days after netting against minnows San Marino in Sarravalle.

Those are Kane’s only goals of the new campaign as he has so far struggled to replicate his stunning achievements from last season where he netted 21 times and only Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero finished ahead of the Spurs star in the goalscoring charts.

His exploits saw him linked with a huge £45million move to Manchester United during the summer transfer window [via Mirror Sport] and Marsh believes Kane has to depart White Hart Lane and join a bigger club:

“He needs to go on and become the player he can be. He isn’t going to become that at Spurs because Spurs have now become that mediocre, second-tier team in the Premier League,” he said [via talkSPORT].

“He needs to be at a top club. I would love to see him at Manchester City because I think he could score 30 goals a year for the next ten years.”

Marsh also reiterated his belief that Kane is worth £100million in today’s transfer market given how much the Red Devils splashed on Angel Di Maria last summer:

“People took it all out of proportion but what I said at the time was that in the current market when people are paying £62.5million for Angel di Maria, then Harry Kane’s value in the current market is £100million.”

“I’m even more convinced now and in a couple of years people will say, ‘remember what Marshy said a couple of years ago, well he was dead right wasn’t he!,” Marsh added.

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