Harry Kane has told Tottenham that he wants to leave the club after yet another trophyless campaign with the Lilywhites.
The England captain remains one of the world’s best players and he has done more than enough to deserve trophies.
His loyalty to Tottenham his entire career has seen him miss out on team silverware and he has had to deal with receiving just individual honours.
The striker now wants team accolades and doesn’t believe he can win them at Spurs.
The Lilywhites remain adamant that they don’t want to sell him and this means that they will not make it easy for any club to land him.
Daniel Levy is a notoriously hard person to negotiate player sales with and he might frustrate Kane’s suitors.
Todofichajes says the striker has decided to leave and hopes that the club can make it easier for him.
The same report claims that he isn’t ruling out turning in a transfer request to push through a move and he has been thinking about doing just that.
Because of his loyal service to the club, he may have hoped that he could depart the Tottenham Stadium without handing in an official transfer request, however, that is what he may end up having to do.
Kane would be an enormous loss if he leaves and the club would need to replace him with another top striker.