Tottenham Hotspur are set to evaluate Harry Kane for a summer transfer and he could see Manchester United and Man City make other huge deals.
The future of the England captain will now return to the spotlight after the conclusion of Euro 2020, but his ability to leave Spurs is another matter.
It was reported ahead of the European Championship that he wanted to leave the club in search of silverware with Red Devils boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and enthusiastic City boss Pep Guardiola.
Kane broke through Tottenham academy in 2011 and scored a total of 221 goals in 336 appearances across all competitions.
He has won three Premier League Golden Boot Awards, including last season’s, while he also won the Playmaker Award after registering the most assists, but he is yet to win a single trophy from team, despite incredible campaigns.
It is this silverware that Kane is now looking for, which he thinks he will be assured of elsewhere.
However, former Spurs ace Jamie O’Hara believes the club will cost him an exit, leading United and City to covet other top attackers.
He told the talkSPORT Breakfast show: “As much as he might want to leave and as many teams as could come for him, I think Daniel Levy has set an amount of money, which he says is around 150 million. pounds sterling and I don’t see anyone paying that kind of figure, especially at the moment.
“Pep came out and said it was too much, they can’t afford it.
“I think you’ll end up seeing teams [Romelu] Lukaku or [Erling] Haaland.
“Spurs are going to exclude Harry Kane from a deal. They don’t need to sell him because he has two or three years left on his contract.
“I can see him stay at Spurs, I can.”
But no matter how summer goes, O’Hara doesn’t think Kane will force a move away from north London.
Recent reports have claimed that the striker’s English team-mates have a feeling Kane may refuse to return for pre-season training if Tottenham deny him the desired move.
But O’Hara added: “That’s what everyone says, as footballers, if you want to move, people say, ‘Make a fuss and they’ll get rid of you eventually.’
“I just can’t see that with Harry Kane, he’s the greatest professional, he’s a leader on and off the pitch. He sets good examples for everyone in the game.
“I just can’t see him being that player who’s going to start making fuss and not coming to practice and not showing up and getting down tools. I don’t think it’s that guy.
“He will want the move and he will want it to happen, but if it doesn’t I still think you’ll see him perform better for Spurs.”