Harry Kane has told Tottenham he wants to leave the club this summer, according to the Guardian.
The newspaper’s story says Kane ‘has activated step two’ of his plan to leave. The report suggests sources close to Kane are claiming the striker has informed Spurs of his decision to depart in the coming transfer window.
It is thought Kane wants to remain in England. Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea would apparently all be interested in taking him. However, the England captain is said to be open to the idea of playing in Spain.
With all of that said, it seems there is still a chance Kane will remain at Tottenham beyond the summer, simply because of his huge valuation. Daniel Levy’s stance is still believed to be that the 27-year-old is not for sale.
All of which means we are likely in for weeks of rumours and conjecture around Kane’s future. The only way that will be avoided is if Spurs look to sell their talisman quickly.
But with Levy holding out for a massive fee, the saga is unlikely to end any time soon.