Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is convinced that he will leave the club this summer amid interest from Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea.
The England international has already told Spurs’ hierarchy that he wants to leave the club, but chairman Daniel Levy has yet to give the green light for his departure.
Despite this, the marksman has the opinion that he will definitely leave the north London side when the transfer window reopens this summer, The Mirror reports.
Levy has no desire to part ways with Kane, who has three years remaining on his contract. Ideally, he would prefer the striker moving abroad if he decides to leave Spurs.
However, it appears that Kane is most interested in joining the Cityzens in the bid to win regular trophies. Spurs reportedly value Kane at more than £120 million.
Kane has bagged a stunning tally of 32 goals and 16 assists in all competitions this term. He has netted 22 times in the Premier League, and is tied for the Golden Boot alongside Liverpool‘s Mohamed Salah.