- Harry Kane has been with Premier League side Tottenham since 2011
- In his time with the North London club, the prolific England striker is yet to win any trophies
- With Spurs in a dogfight to qualify for European football, Kane has told the club he wants to leave in the summer
- Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City are among the clubs ready to scoop up Kane
Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane has once again told the club he wants to leave in the summer.
His latest decision puts the North London club in a great conundrum and they have reportedly started enquiries about replacement centre-forwards to replace the disgruntled 27-year old.
Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea have all been in touch with Kane’s representatives amid speculation surrounding his future at the club.
According to Sky Sports, whilst Kane wants to leave Tottenham, his preference is to stay in the Premier League.
Kane also reportedly wants his situation sorted out before the Euros, which are set to commence on June 13.
The striker is estimated to be worth around £120 million (KSh 18 billion) but Spurs are expected to hold out on his price to possibly get a higher bid.
Kane – all goals no silverware
Harry Kane is once again on course to finish the season with a flurry of goals.
So far, he has bagged 32 goals in all competitions and is the joint top scorer in the Premier League with 22 goals alongside Liverpool’s Mo Salah.
However, for all his club goals, Kane is still yet to win a trophy in a situation that is as disheartening as it is dire for the England forward.
This season's closest he came to silverware was in the Carabao Cup where Spurs were beaten in the final by a treble-chasing Manchester City.
Kane is well on course to become a Premier League great, having overtaken Robbie Fowler to move to 7th in the list of all-time goal scorers.
He also has a unique record as being the player with the most Premier League goals on the list without winning a Premier League title.
Premier League great Allan Shearer is among the people who have urged Kane to ditch Tottenham if he is to win trophies.
"I left Blackburn a season after we won the title and we were nowhere near winning the title so that kind of make my mind up because I wanted to do then go on and do things.
“If Harry wants an excuse then Tottenham and that team are giving him one because they didn't show up for the cup final and they didn't show up again today [against Leeds].”
Los Blancos recently tilted towards landing England forward since their quest to bring either Erling Haaland or Kylian Mbappe is taking a longer time.
Both youngsters are the hottest attackers in the world at the moment but their clubs will not be ready to part ways with them anytime soon.