Murphy also expressed a belief that Manchester City would be the ideal next club for Kane.
“Kane’s situation is complicated by having another world-class centre-forward in the marketplace in Haaland, while Mbappe, the hottest property of the lot, might want to sample life outside Paris Saint-Germain at some stage,” he said.
“Picking the right club would also be vital for Kane, who doesn’t have the luxury of helping to build a long-term project.
“For example, Manchester United would be improved by signing the England captain and could afford his transfer fee and wages but, for Kane, is it worth leaving Spurs without that guarantee of immediate success?
“United might still be a year or two away from winning the big trophies which makes me think Manchester City looks a better fit.