Ray Parlour says Arsenal could make a sensational swoop for Tottenham striker Harry Kane and is refusing to rule a move for the England international out.
The 23-year-old, who returned from injury to score Spurs’ equaliser in the north London derby before the international break, has reportedly seen talks over a new contract with Mauricio Pochettino’s side break down.
This has led to speculation that a number of top clubs such as Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City could move for the England international.
Parlour has now fuelled speculation further by insisting that a move to Arsenal could not be ruled out, with Kane having been pictured wearing an Gunners shirt as a boy.
“He does support Arsenal so…,” Parlour stated via The Metro.
“Have you ever seen that picture when we went unbeaten?
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“We went on a bus tour in Islington and he had red and white hair. So who knows?”
Kane spent a year in the Arsenal academy as a youngster before being released and Arsene Wenger has previously admitted he was furious when he heard he had been let go.
The striker subsequently joined Tottenham and has been a huge hit at White Hart Lane and finished last season as the Premier League’s top scorer with 25 goals.
However, the prospect of Kane moving to the Emirates is slim at best and would go down one of the biggest transfer shocks in recent history.