Tottenham striker, Harry Kane has expressed his desire to leave the club this summer in a huge blow to the North London club.
With Spurs’ rivals, Man Utd, Man City and Chelsea already reaching out to the 27-year-old’s representatives about his availability in the summer, Kane has now informed the club of his intention to leave.
Kane has consistently spoken in interviews of his desire to win trophies and compete in Europe. However, Spurs have failed to ensure the former in his time there, while the club is set to miss out on a Champions League place as well.
According to Sky Sports, the Englishman wants to remain in the Premier League and is desperate for his future to be made clear before the Euros.
He currently has a contract until 2024 with Tottenham.
Spurs are also reportedly making enquiries for strikers to replace him in case he leaves the club.
The player had reportedly wanted to leave last summer but was convinced to remain in North London for a further season, with Spurs hopeful that Jose Mourinho would help deliver a trophy in his first full season in charge.
The club, however, fired the Portuguese manager a week before the Carabao Cup final, which they lost to Man City.
Kane has scored 165 goals in 243 matches for Tottenham in the Premier League, including 22 goals so far this season.