Tottenham Hotspur and Juventus strikers go head to head later this month.
Two of the best strikers in world football go head to head later this month when Tottenham take on Juventus in the Champions League.
He told The Mirror: "Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy knew he had the added revenue from the Champions League and a third-place finish in the Premier League, so why he didn't shell out for such as Gonzalo Higuain or Edinson Cavani is beyond me."
Kane's incredible performances since have shown Spurs did not need a Higuain.
The England international has won three successive Premier League golden boots, and last year the Tottenham striker was the highest scorer in the whole of Europe.
Juventus shelled out £75.3 million to sign Higuain from Napoli, and he repaid them by firing them to the Serie A title last season.
In the Champions League it is Harry Kane who has been vastly the superior player this season, with six goals from five games while Higuain has two from six.
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Kane coming through Tottenham's academy has saved the club millions in the transfer market, and deflected from their struggles with buying strikers; Roberto Soldado, Vincent Janssen and Fernando Llorente have all struggled.
Higuain is 30-years-old and has not been as prolific as Kane over the past year, but he is in fantastic form.
He has scored five goals in his last three games including a hat-trick against Sassuolo at the weekend.
Tottenham are right to be wary and Higuain has big game experience, playing in Champions League finals and World Cup finals.
Tottenham star Harry Kane is fearless, but Higuain's know-how and readiness for the big stage will prepare him well for the big clashes in the Champions League last 16.