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Hernan Crespo urges Harry Kane to quit Tottenham for Chelsea, Man Utd or Man City

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Hernan Crespo urges Harry Kane to quit Tottenham for Chelsea, Man Utd or Man CityHERNAN CRESPO says Tottenham star Harry Kane should join Chelsea, Manchester United or Manchester City.
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News video: Kane - no need to panic, Spurs are in a good place

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Spurs striker Harry Kane says there is no need to panic as the club are in a good place ahead of the season ahead

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