Tottenham striker Harry Kane has reportedly told the club he wants to leave at the end of the season.
Kane is unhappy at Tottenham's lack of progress this season and a failure to challenge for major honours, according to Sky Sports.
The England captain, who is the North London club's third highest goalscorer with 165 goals - 55 shy of Jimmy Greaves' record - is believed to have told his club bosses he wants his future resolved before Euro 2020, which starts on June 11.
Kane's contract with Tottenham has another three years to run and chairman Daniel Levy is sure to demand a high price on his star player, with reports suggesting the bidding will start at £120 million ($170m).
Tottenham refused to be drawn into debating Kane's future in public as they focus on their final two Premier League games, with Europa League qualification in their sights. Spurs missed the chance to sate Kane's desire for silverware after losing April's League Cup final to Manchester City, extending their trophy drought to a 13th year.
Should Kane part ways with the club he joined as a youngster in 2004, Spurs will need a replacement to spearhead the attack, with Carlos Vinicius' loan move from Benfica unlikely to be made permanent and Gareth Bale heading back to Real Madrid.
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