Paul Robinson has claimed that Tottenham Hotspur have to finish the season strong if they are to give themselves a chance of holding on to Kane.
The striker still has three years left on his contract but reports indicate that he has decided to tell the Tottenham hierarchy that he wishes to leave if the club do not get back into the Champions League.
It is unlikely that Daniel Levy will let the Tottenham striker go without a fight, with the likes of Alasdair Gold stating that the Tottenham chairman still maintains that the England captain is not for sale.
However, Robinson fears that it would be impossible for the North Londoners to hold on to the 27-year-old if they do not turn around their fortunes soon.
The former Spurs number one told Football Insider: “It is a massive end to the season for Spurs.
“Kane is the best striker in Europe at the moment. His goalscoring record speaks for itself.
“He is in fantastic form and if Spurs are to win a trophy, or qualify for the Champions League this season, a lot will depend on him.
“They could end up winning the League Cup and qualifying for the Champions League, which would be fantastic. But, if they get neither it will be an incredibly disappointing season.
“It is a huge, huge couple of months for Spurs and keeping Kane.”
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Now that we look unlikely to finish in the top four, the Carabao Cup final in two weeks time has a lot riding on it. We have to win the competition to have any hope of convincing Kane that the club is moving in the right direction.
A defeat against City will also likely mean the end of the road for Mourinho. So the final will have a huge bearing on the course the club is likely to take over the coming years.
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