Harry Kane wants to leave Tottenham Hotspur as he searches for the trophies he badly needs.
One of the greatest strikers in the world since arriving on the scene in 2014/15, the Spurs ace has scored goals for fun.
The 27-year-old has hit 221 strikes for Tottenham in total, as he is now just 95 goals behind Alan Shearer’s Premier League record of 260.
But what’s the point of all those broken nets when he’s yet to win a single piece of silverware with Spurs.
That’s why he wants to come out of north London, with Manchester United, Man City and Chelsea all expressing interest in the center-forward.
And some of his former teammates probably influenced his decision as well.
This weekend, with Kane hoping to keep Spurs in the top four, Kieran Trippier could become LaLiga champions with Atletico Madrid.
A result against Real Valladolid will see the full-back become the third former Tottenham player to win a European Championship top five this year.
The Wanda Metropolitano stadium where he lost the Champions League final to Spurs alongside Kane will now become the venue that hosted his greatest triumph.
But what have Kane’s former teammates gained since leaving his side? talkSPORT.com takes a look.
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Kyle Walker (Manchester City)
The city is the obvious option for Kane right now, they have the resources and they have the reason for Sergio Aguero’s departure.
And former teammate Walker is a man who can teach Kane the most about how to win trophies.
He had the courage to push for his transfer to Man City in 2017 and the £ 50million deal saw the right-back win three Premier League titles, one FA Cup and four League Cups , while Champions League glory could be his at the end of May. .
Although Walker has no affinity with Tottenham Kane, he has shown that silverware will arrive when the right decisions are made.
Christian Eriksen (Inter Milan)
This didn’t seem likely for a while as the Danish attacking midfielder struggled to fit in under Antonio Conte.
Indeed, for a while it emerged that Eriksen could even join Spurs, so badly did his stint go, even though Inter were performing well.
But in a deeper role he finally found his marks and he was a key member of a team that sealed a Scudetto victory this quarter, ending Juventus’ nine-year domination of Italy.
Since Spurs last won a trophy in 2008, several of their former stars have taken home honors as well.
Not all were in the top five leagues, but knowing that Georges-Kevin N’Koudou has now won a title in Turkey before Kane even managed a League Cup is sad.
Surely now it’s a matter of when, not if, Kane leaves Tottenham to seek the trophies he needs.
Ex-Spurs stars with silverware since 2008
Silverware constitutes major honors such as a league title or a cup …
Lee-Young Pyo (Saudi Professional League, Crown Prince Cup)
Dimitar Berbatov (Premier League, League Cup, Club World Cup)
Didier Zokora (Copa del Rey)
Yuri Berchiche (Ligue 1, Coupe de France, Coupe de la Ligue)
Kevin-Prince Boateng (Serie A, LaLiga, DFB-Pokal)
Adel Taarabt (Primeira Liga)
Roman Pavlyuchenko (Russian Cup)
Luka Modric (LaLiga, Copa del Rey, Champions League, Club World Cup)
Gareth Bale (LaLiga, Copa del Rey, Champions League, Club World Cup)
Jermain Defoe (Scottish Premiership)
Paulinho (Chinese Super League, FA Cup of China, AFC Champions League, LaLiga, Copa del Rey)
Benjamin Stambouli (Ligue 1, Coupe de France, Coupe de la Ligue)
Vincent Janssen (Liga MX: Apertura, Copa MX)
Georges-Kevin N’Koudou (Super Lig)