Furthermore, the likely appointment of Kane’s former manager, Mauricio Pochettino, is seen by Redknapp as a possible factor in his decision.
“If Pochettino’s there, I’m sure Harry got on well with him,” he told Beyond The Pitch.
“And it’s a great move for him, not far from where I think he’s building a house in that area.
“He’s a family man and he’d be quite happy not moving to the north of England or wherever he’d have to go.
“I don’t see him going abroad, I really don’t. The only club that would interest him is a Real Madrid, and I don’t see that happening. I’ve got a feeling he’ll stay at Tottenham.”
Spurs are determined to keep hold of Kane, who has a contract to June 2024, with United reportedly preparing a huge summer bid.
Daniel Levy may well prefer to sell to a club that is not a Premier League rival and Chelsea would have extra work to do to land the player, given their rivarly with Tottenham. They are, however, likely to be in the market for a striker at the end of the season.