According to The Athletic, Harry Kane will push to leave Tottenham Hotspur this summer if the club do not get back into the Champions League.
There has been plenty of speculation around Kane’s future over the last couple of weeks after the striker admitted that he will only make a decision on his future after the European Championship in the summer.
The Athletic now claim that the striker is running out of patience and is frustrated by Tottenham’s failure to win silverware over recent years.
While Kane has the opportunity to win his first major trophy when Tottenham take on Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final, the England captain reportedly feels his chances of winning the Premier League or the Champions League are receding.
Tottenham currently find themselves three points behind fourth-placed West Ham and it is said that if the Lilywhites do not manage to make up the ground, Kane will tell the club’s hierarchy that he wants a new challenge.
While the 27-year-old is open to a move abroad, he would prefer to stay in the Premier League, with one of either Manchester City or Manchester United mooted as his most likely destination.
However, the report does add that Spurs regard their star striker as ‘not for sale’ regardless of the price.
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Kane is certainly too good not to be playing in the Champions League in his prime years and so the striker’s frustrations are understandable. However, the 27-year-old is also not the sort of player to throw his toys out of the pram if Spurs refuse to sell him which is why I am not as fearful as some Tottenham fans are that he might leave.
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