Kane has played 270 games for the Londoners and has scored 177 goals in the process. However, he has failed to win a single trophy as a player for the club but that could change with the arrival of Mourinho.
Regardless of how badly the Portuguese fared in his final season at each of his last three clubs, the former Porto manager has won trophies at every club he has coached.
'I don't see why he would leave... he can win something at Tottenham with Mourinho'— MailOnline Sport (@MailSport) December 1, 2019
Peter Crouch says lifting trophies at Spurs with new boss Jose would 'mean more' to Harry Kane as transfer rumours persist around strikerhttps://t.co/0ohPpmWXO9 pic.twitter.com/ffF2dGhfZR
As a result, Crouch thinks that the Portuguese will continue his trend with the Lilywhites, which is why Kane would not want to leave the club right now.
“I don't see why he would leave. People are saying he needs to win trophies,” he said, as per Goal.
“He is 26, he has got a winner as manager at that football club, he is captain there - an incredible stadium, an incredible training ground, he's from the area. If he can win something at Tottenham, which he can do under Mourinho, it will mean more to him than winning somewhere else.”