Earlier this week, there were reports that Harry Kane has handed a transfer request to the Spurs board. It is believed that he decided to leave after being frustrated by not winning any trophy with his boyhood club. Moreover, Lilywhites are most likely to miss out on Champions League football again after being placed 6th in the points table.
Despite the club trophy-less campaigns, the 27-year-old striker has featured in 243 games for the club and scored 165 goals with 2 golden boot awards.
As the number suggests that he is more than capable of beating the goalkeeper, let's see which club he could join for next season:
1. Manchester City
Kane could be seen donning the City's jersey as they are desperate to sign a striker after the departure of Sergio Aguero. Furthermore, the Cityzens have been the most consistent team in the league in the last 5 years and were recently crowned Premier League champions. Kane will not need much persuasion to relocate to the Etihad Stadium, given his desire to win trophies and City's dominance in English football under Pep Guardiola.
Kane's move to Lilywhites' London rival Chelsea would be an exciting affair as both clubs do not have good relations. However, The Blues is looking to offload Tammy Abraham and Oliver Giroud this summer and is lining up for a striker.
If Harry somehow decides to move to Chelsea in that case, the club has the potential funds, and Kane's poacher ability will be a massive boost to their young, energetic squad.
3. Manchester United
Even after Edison Cavani's contract extension, United is still in pursuit to sign Kane. Cavani had a decent run this season, but he is 34, and it could be his last season at the highest level.
On the other hand, Harry is just 27 right now and is at the peak of his career and looks more like a long-term investment.
4. Paris Saint-Germain
Mauricio Pochettino would definitely want a reunion with a player with whom he shared good memories. Kane was his talisman during his time at the club.
There are rumours that Mbappe is set to leave the club at the end of the season, and PSG would be in the market to sign Kane or Haaland.
As Neymar has extended his stay at the club, the team will need a power-packed striker like Kane to link up with him.
5. Real Madrid
If Levy insisted on Kane moving abroad and made it impossible for English clubs to sign him, Spain would be Kane's chosen destination.
Real Madrid possesses a good relation with Lilywhites because of their deals concerning Gareth Bale and Luca Modric in the past.
However, Benzema has been the team's primary striker over the past years, but he is 33 years old and moving towards his end with the club.