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Andy Gray told beIN SPORTS (13/02/21 at 7:30 pm) that he doesn’t think Harry Kane is happy at Tottenham after he ‘hardly’ got a kick during his side’s defeat to Manchester City on Saturday.

From Tottenham’s perspective, they were wiped apart by a team playing with nothing but pure confidence and seemingly heading for the Premier League title even though there are 15 games still to be played.

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Kane has been in lethal form this season – in double figures with both goals and assists – but that wasn’t evident at the weekend.

Former Aston Villa striker Gray touched upon Kane’s situation and how another manager could get the best out of this current Spurs side.

“I cannot believe the England centre-forward is going to be happy playing at a top-end of a team like that, who go to the other big boys and he hardly gets a kick,” said Gray.

“Could someone else get another tune out of Tottenham? I believe they could because there is enough talent there.

“I often believe teams mirror the personality of their coach. Look at Manchester City, they do. Look at Liverpool. Tottenham have a decision to make.”

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Jose Mourinho was brought in to deliver short-term goals at Tottenham – get back into the Champions League and win a trophy.

It wouldn’t be a surprise that if Spurs aren’t in a better situation in 12 months time then Mourinho is no longer at the club.

But worry will turn to Kane and his future if Tottenham don’t push on because he is at a stage of his career where winners medals have to put around his neck, else he will go fishing elsewhere for them.

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