Former Tottenham shot-stopper Paul Robinson has criticized those who have badly advised Harry Kane to dump Spurs for Manchester City.
Kane, who recently returned to training after planning to force his way out of the club in a bid to join the reigning Premier League champions this summer.
However, Robinson in an interview with Gambling .com condemned the way and manner England international to the whole issue.
“I think the way that he’s conducted himself and the way he’s been badly advised, or whether he’s made these decisions on his own, will not bode well for him,” Robinson told Gambling.com.
“He’s been held in such high regard by Spurs fans worldwide so if he does leave in this way it would probably tarnish his legacy.
“The more you read into it, the more quotes that come out now, the more we’re learning about it. The manager spoke about it the other day and Harry Kane was quick to suggest there’s more to it on his Twitter feed.”