Tottenham Hotspurs goal poacher, Harry Kane, has disclosed that he will leave the club at the end of the season.
The lethal forward who currently sits top of the scoring chat in England’s top flight league – with as many assists, has also added his desire to remain in England.
Kane, who is a product of Tottenham’s academy, has gone on to feature in 334 games; netting 220 times in the process. The 27-year-old has also drawn speculations on transfer rumours since announcing his decision.
It is believed that Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea have all inquired about the striker since the news broke out; with Kane stating that he is keen on winning trophies.
Furthermore, pundits have claimed that the England striker had tried to secure a move last summer; but was persuaded by the London club to wait out another season, with the hope of winning laurels.
Harry Kane also expressed his desires to have his future ‘decided’ before the Euros kick start in June.