​Sky Sports pundit Tony Cascarino believes Harry Kane should quit Tottenham and join Real Madrid in order to maximise his career potential.


The 25-year-old has become a key figure for both club and country, winning two Premier League Golden Boots during his time at Spurs, as well as a World Cup Golden Boot after his six goals helped England finish fourth in Russia this summer.

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Despite individual success for ​Kane, he is yet to win any silverware for Spurs, which is why ex-forward Cascarino believes the time is right for the striker to make a move to ​Real Madrid and become their main threat in front of goal. 


Speaking to ​The Times, he said: "It would make sense for Real to move for Kane, who is 25 and has five or six years on most of the other quality centre forwards around Europe, there is a void at Real for an established, world-class centre forward who can give them several goal-filled years and Kane is that man. 


"He has a remarkable goalscoring record but Kane has not actually won anything yet, so, unless things change dramatically at Tottenham this season, there has to be a second part of his career, which is to join one of the big clubs in world football, such as Real."

Kane has been repeatedly linked with a move to the Santiago Bernabeu in recent seasons, although ​he rubbished talk of a potential move following England's impressive 3-2 win against Spain


The ​Tottenham front man has started the season well, scoring six goals for Maurcio Pochettino's side in ten games.