Spurs striker Harry Kane wants to quit Spurs in search of silverware. After the Carabao Cup final defeat to Man City, the Spurs talisman is ‘hell bent’ on leaving Tottenham Hotspur, as per a report from Football Insider.
Spurs haven’t won a major trophy in the last 14 years and Kane is frustrated at the lack of ambition within the club. Kane turns 28 in July and his Spurs contract ends only in 2024 but behind the scenes, he has told his friends he is thinking about moving on 100% to a major club where he can win major silverware.
In addition, Kane wants to move to another major English club as he wants to break Alan Shearer’s goal-scoring record in the English top-fight. Publicly, the English striker has maintained that he will decide his future after the Euros.
Spurs value their prized asset at £125million and there are not many clubs who can match that valuation. PSG, Man Utd and Man City are believed to hold an interest in Kane.