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Harry Kane to finally leave trophyless Tottenham Hotspur?

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Harry Kane might be reportedly leaving Tottenham Hotspur as he told the club that he wants to leave. It had been a disastrous season for the London side including reaching the Carabao Cup final and losing it to Manchester City.

Kane had been brilliant in terms of goalscoring and assisting. Additionally, the deadly duo of Kane and Son Heung-Min was too hot to handle for the opponents. But, as per the current situation, it seems he might be heading away from London.

Chelsea, Manchester United, and Manchester City are interested in signing him. However his contract expires three years later and thus, Spurs might be looking for a big-money deal!

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Harry Kane pulling out from Tottenham due to the lack of trophies

Harry Kane had been playing for the Lilywhites since his youth career. He made his senior debut in 2011 for the club playing in a Europa League match. Since then, he had made a total of 334 appearances scoring 220 goals and assisting 46 times.

The 27-year-old England skipper had been a prolific goalscorer for his club as well as his country. He helped England reach the semifinals of the 2018 World Cup and also finishing third in the Nations League 2018-19. In addition to this, he won the golden boot in the Premier League, twice, while playing for Spurs.

However, the current season under Jose Mourinho and now, Ryan Mason, had been one of their worst seasons in recent times. Anyways, the forward hasn’t let go of his brilliant form and has scored 32 goals in 47 appearances this season across all competitions.

However, the interim coach hasn’t been informed about it yet. And the transfer fee would be expected to be around £80 million or more. Currently, their rivals Chelsea and Manchester clubs are the ones who might be taking advantage of this situation. Pep Guardiola’s City is currently looking like favorites to sign him.

Big name clubs like Barcelona and Real Madrid are also in the rumors’.

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