Harry Kane tells Tottenham, he wants to leave

Harry Kane has again told Tottenham he wants to leave this summer

A Tottenham spokesperson told Sky Sports: “We have a season to finish and we want to finish it as strongly as possible. That’s all everyone should be focusing on.”

Harry Kane has again told Tottenham he wants to leave this summer.

Spurs are now making enquiries about replacement centre-forwards, in the first indication that the club are willing to consider the feelings of their 27-year-old talisman.

They do not want to sell their prized asset, but Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea have all been in touch with Kane’s representatives. Kane’s preference is to remain in the Premier League.

A Tottenham spokesperson told Sky Sports: “We have a season to finish and we want to finish it as strongly as possible. That’s all everyone should be focusing on.”

Sky Sports News reporter Paul Gilmour:

“It’s been no secret that Harry Kane has wanted to compete for the top honours, both as a team and individually. It’s been a frustrating season for him personally. It hasn’t happened for Spurs with Champions League qualification. It will be a second season that he hasn’t had that.

“He is valued at well over £120m, probably, and the rest, if Spurs and Daniel Levy have anything to say about it because let’s face it, the ball is in their court.

“He has a contract until 2024 and they will certainly, if somehow, they do agree to this, they will want to get their money’s worth, of course.

“But we have been told Tottenham managed to persuade Kane to stay last summer when one English club came in for him, and they said to him they had Jose Mourinho for a full season, give it a go and let’s see what happens. And clearly, as the season has gone on, it did not happen for Spurs and Mourinho has since left the club.

“Harry Kane has had a brilliant season under Mourinho personally, but as a team, they are not going to qualify for the Champions League. The chances are very slim.

“The season hasn’t gone to plan and as the season developed, those feelings of wanting something else and wanting to move away have come to the forefront.”

Harry Kane has scored 220 goals in 334 appearances for Tottenham. He has also been involved in 35 goals, scoring 22 and assisting 13, the highest in the Premier League this season and the 3rd highest in Europe after Lewandowski’s 47 for Bayern and Lionel Messi’s 39 for Barcelona

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