Harry Kane Considering Leaving Tottenham In The Summer
Harry Kane will reportedly consider his Spurs future in the summer.
The Tottenham talisman has scored 181 goals for the North London outfit but hasn't got any trophies to show in his cabinet, having been beaten in the Champions League final by Liverpool back in June.
Spurs were knocked out of the Carabao Cup on penalties by Colchester United at the first round stage and realistically their only chance of silverware this term is the FA Cup, where they've been paired with Norwich in the fifth round tie this evening.
They need to overturn a 1-0 deficit in the Champions League round of 16 leg against German side RB Leipzig, while it looks like an uphill task to secure a place in next season's premier European competition.
The 3-2 home defeat to Wolves at the weekend leaves Jose Mourinho's side in seventh place on 40 points, five points behind current fourth-placed side Chelsea.
And according to The Telegraph, Kane will seriously question whether he will continue to opt for loyalty over trophies in the summer.
It's said that Daniel Levy and Spurs are "facing a battle" to convince their main man to stay put despite the team appearing to be on a downward spiral.
The England captain has been suffering from a hamstring injury which occurred against Southampton and January and was initially set to be sidelined until the end of April.
However, in some encouraging news for Spurs supporters, Kane has started on-field rehabilitation as he bids to get back on the pitch.
England boss Gareth Southgate is hopeful that both Kane and strike partner Marcus Rashford will be both be ready to go for the summer's Euro 2020 tournament.
"I'm realistic," Southgate said, as per BBC Sport.
"I think with Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford, they've both had serious injuries, but both of them will do everything within their power to get themselves fit and ready and available for us in the summer.
"The first priority for both of them is to get back playing for their clubs."