This summer the future of Harry Kane is up for debate with top teams ready to pounce and take him away from Spurs.
He has also hinted that he would leave if we as a club cannot match his footballing ambitions.
Mark Lawrenson has also recently hinted that Spurs would sell him for the right price because Daniel Levy is a businessman that has sold a number of the club’s top stars in the past.
I know that our fans would hate to hear that or see that ever happen, after all, he is the crown jewel of our team.
But we have to understand that players come and go because it is their profession.
Kane has the talent to win all the coveted trophies in the world, and if he cannot win them with us, I would understand if he left us.
As a club, we should be prepared for situations like that and that is why I know that everything would not fall apart if we lose him.
If we can sign a reliable backup for the England captain, we will put ourselves in a position to be able to move on just fine if we do sell him.
Fear not, we survived losing Dimitar Berbatov, Luka Modric and Gareth Bale and made the Champions League final.
It would be hard to handle losing Kane but Tottenham will adapt, move on and continue to evolve.