Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano believes that Harry Kane has no intention of signing a new contract at Tottenham.

Kane, who still has three years left on his deal in north London, has made his feelings clear in recent weeks regarding his future at Spurs.

The 27-year-old has constantly spoken about wanting to play in the Champions League, something Tottenham won’t be doing next year having finished outside the top four for the second season on the bounce.

Instead, Spurs will play in the inaugural UEFA Conference League following their victory at Leicester on Sunday, a competition which will hardly appeal to Kane, who’s goal and assist at the King Power Stadium confirmed him as the Golden Boot and Playmaker winner for 2020-2021.

Kane recently told Gary Neville that he hopes to have a conversation with Daniel Levy about his future, although it’s going to take a fee in the region of around £150m to prize the striker away from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this summer.

But regardless of whether Kane is still at Spurs next term, Italian journalist Romano doesn’t think he’ll sign fresh terms should that happen.

“The striker wants to leave and he has already communicated it to the club, he has no intention of listening to proposals for a new contract because he wants to play in the Champions League right away,” Romano told Benchwarmers.

He added: “Daniel Levy continues to have no plans to negotiate for Kane, a very tough position also as Harry still has a two-year contract.”