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It was revealed on Monday that Kane had told the club he wanted to leave this summer after growing frustrated over a lack of silverware.
Things went from bad to worse on Wednesday as Spurs slumped to a loss in their first game back at home in front of fans.
One moment late in the second half saw Kane whip a cross in for his teammates, which nobody met. Cameras then caught the England captain mouthing, 'What's the f**king point man?' while looking away.
"What's the f*cking point, man?" ☹️ #THFC pic.twitter.com/93SOb9LbWt
- Talking THFC (@TalkingTHFC) May 20, 2021
Many have disputed what the 27-year-old said, but it is clear to see that he was fed up with the on-pitch performance.
Fans have reacted to the comment and they think Kane's 17-year stint with Spurs is coming to an end.
I actually feel bad for him. 22 goals and 13 assists this season and his team isn't even in the top four. Must be jarring. https://t.co/oKt8LPfnpc- Fabian (@fabianmanzoni) May 20, 2021
Poor guy, deserves so much better than our joke club https://t.co/j1GSQLwYgU- Harry (@BamideIeHarry) May 20, 2021
Looking more and more likely this man is going to leave :disappointed::disappointed: https://t.co/hdOuzqq8YJ- Max (@MaxWMoffat) May 20, 2021
Spurs are sat seventh in the Premier League after a disappointing season, in which they have already sacked Jose Mourinho.
Despite that, Kane has still managed to score 22 goals and provide 13 assists in 34 league games this campaign.
"There's definitely a conversion to be had with the club. I want to be playing in the biggest games, the biggest moments," he explained.
"This season I'm watching the Champions League, watching the English teams in there doing amazing - and they're the games I want to be involved in.
"So it's a moment in my career where I have to reflect and see where I'm at and have a good, honest conversation and I hope we can have that conversation."
Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea have all registered an interest in recent days.
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