Harry Kane’s future is a cause for concern at Tottenham as the hierarchy reportedly believe he’ll look for an exit this summer, alerting the likes of Chelsea.
Chelsea may not have been able to acquire any players during the summer transfer window, but that did not stop all the transfer speculation about whom the club could try and acquire in the next couple of windows to help improve the side enough to get back into the habit of winning titles.
And one name that has been on the radar or Chelsea for some time now, is that of Kane, who is easily regarded as one of the finest strikers in the game after helping Tottenham become one of the most entertaining sides in the Premier League.
Kane has constantly admitted that he a loyal Spurs fan and would love to win trophies with the club, but after seeing his Tottenham side stutter in the early stages of the new season, getting knocked out of the Carabao Cup and even getting smashed by Bayern Munich in the Champions League, reports are circling that he could be up for a move.
The times says The 26-year-old, who has scored 122 goals for the club, is seriously considering his long-term future with the club and the clubs hierarchy believe that he could well depart the club at the end of the season if this Spurs side once again fails to claim any titles.
Chelsea may have the exciting Tammy Abraham up top, and he has been doing a wonderful job this season, but he is one striker and if he picks up an injury, well then Chelsea will be in trouble as Olivier Giroud struggles on a yearly basis to find the back of the net for the Blues.
If Kane does decided to leave the club, Manchester United, Chelsea and Real Madrid hold interest if the striker and all would be willing to meet the £150 million asking price that Spurs currently have on the head of Kane.
Spurs do not want to lose their star man, but even they must know that the worlds best players want to win trophies and if he cannot do it at Tottenham, then a move away is needed.
And if Chelsea do have a chance to sign Kane, could they really turn it down?