Harry Kane is keen to leave Tottenham this summer but depends on the outcome of things in the coming weeks
The English striker did make known earlier that his departure from Tottenham Stadium can only be possible after the ongoing Euro competition.
Kane found the back of the net late in extra time as England edged past Denmark into the finals where they will be facing Italy.
With Tottenham having also landed a new manager in Nuno Espirito, Daniel Levy is hoping Harry Kane makes a U-turn in his decision to leave Tottenham.
But Kane is in need of silverware and knows remaining in North London could prevent this dream of his from materializing.
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Just as he promised earlier on, the 27-year-old will meet with the ranks at the club after the final match coming up in days against Italy.
Then will he also be open to discuss with suitors on possible offers that could see him leaving his current side as several top flight teams including Chelsea are eyeing up deal for the talented striker.
Chelsea’s interest in Harry Kane isn’t doubted but the problem is if Levy can let him move to Stamford Bridge due to the rivalry existing between both sides.
Blues are in need of a top striker with specs just as that of Harry Kane and moving in for a deal isn’t doubted but having him is greatly doubted.
The West Londoners will wait overtime to see how talks turn out between Kane and his current side before submitting deals and moving for personal agreements.