Harry Kane is running out of patience and wants to leave Tottenham with Manchester United, Manchester City and Real Madrid among the clubs ready to try and sign him, according to reports.
The 27-year-old is enjoying one of his best ever campaigns – having registered 19 goals and 13 assists in 28 Premier League appearances this season – but Spurs have struggled despite the heroics of their talisman.
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Jose Mourinho’s side currently sit three points adrift of fourth place and the final Champions League spot and gave another bad performance last time out against Newcastle, only managing a draw despite a brace from Kane.
The north London club also exited the Europa League in embarrassing fashion against Dinamo Zagreb, throwing away a two-goal first-leg lead, though they could still end the season with a trophy in the Carabao Cup.
That will not be enough to keep Kane happy at the club, however, with media reports that the England skipper will push for a transfer if the club fail to secure Champions League football.
The striker, who came through the academy at Spurs, has become ‘frustrated’ with the club’s lack of progress and is beginning to see his future elsewhere.
Manchester United and Manchester City are the two clubs most likely to offer Kane an escape from Tottenham, though a move abroad is also a possibility with Real Madrid and PSG – now managed by old boss Mauricio Pochettino – primed to enter any transfer battle.
Both Manchester clubs are in the market for a new forward and have been heavily linked with Erling Haaland, though they will switch focus to Kane if signing the Premier League’s top scorer becomes a realistic possibility.
While Spurs maintain that Kane is not for sale, media reports claim the club could be persuaded to let him go if they receive a massive nine-figure offer.
While chairman Daniel Levy would have once hoped to get a fee close to the £198million PSG paid for Neymar four years ago, his price tag in the coronavirus pandemic would be closer to the £140m mark.
Kane still has a good relationship with both Levy and manager Jose Mourinho, but he is desperate to win silverware to match his goal tally and is starting to feel that he needs to leave north London to achieve his ambitions.
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