- Zlatan Ibrahimovic believes Harry Kane must leave Spurs to win silverware in his career
- The striker played spent a season and a half with Manchester United before joining MLS side LA Galaxy last year
- Ibrahimovic insisted that the only way Kane will be remembered is to win trophies while still active
Former Barcelona and Paris Saint Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has told Harry Kane to leave Tottenham Hotspur if he must win silverware.
The 25-year-old has scored 14 goals and assisted four other goals in 22 Premier League matches this campaign.
His tally for the season stands at 19 goals in all competitions for the Lilywhites this season but will definitely miss a couple of weeks owing to injury.
Kane joined Spurs in 2004 as a youth player but got promoted into the senior team in 2009 and has scored an impressive 160 goals in just 244 games since then.
He won the 2018 Golden Boot trophy after leading England to the World Cup semi-finals last summer in Russia, but the striker is yet to get his hands on any silverware with the club.
Before the start of the ongoing season, Spurs failed to buy any player to freshen up the team for competition.
Having won silverware in almost all the clubs he played for, Zlatan reckons Kane must leave Tottenham if he to remembered as one of the game’s best attackers.
Ibrahimovic, now at LA Galaxy, told Bethard: “When I was in England, I saw him play. I think he is a good striker. He’s still developing, he’s doing good things.
“But I always say, playing in a big club, performing good is different from playing in… with all respect to Tottenham, a ‘normal’ club.
“I think he can make it. He just needs to make the move, and people will remember you for what you win. So if he wants to win, then yes, I think he needs to change.”
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Ibrahimovic won titles with Manchester United, Barcelona, Inter Milan, PSG, Juventus and AC Milan during his stay at those clubs.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Tottenham Hotsspur star Harry Kane will miss his side's next seven matches after picking up an injury in Manchester United's slim defeat.
Marcus Rashford scored the only goal that handed the Red Devils all three points at the Wembley Stadium over the weekend.
The 25-year-old clashed against Phil Jones and ended up limping off the pitch at the blast of the final whistle.
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