Harry Kane has now spoken about his desire to leave Tottenham this summer in a chat with Gary Neville, MySportDab reports.
Kane said that Tottenham may even want to sell him for around £100million.
The England striker has shocked Tottenham fans by telling the North London club that wants to leave this summer.
Manchester United and City remain favourites to sign Kane this summer should Tottenham agree to sell.
Spurs fans want their star man to stay, but Kane has admitted a ‘certain moment’ is coming this summer.
‘I’m not sure, he might want to sell me,’ Kane said in his chat with his former England coach Garry Neville.
‘He could be wondering: “If I can get £100m for you, why not?” Do you get me? I’m not going to be worth that two or three years from now.’
When asked about how he will hold his talks with Levy this summer, Kane praised the chairman and insists they have a positive relationship.
‘We actually have a good relationship,’ Kane added.
‘I’ve given the club everything. I’ve been here for 16 years. So, I hope that we can have a serious conversation and see what happens.’
At 27, Kane has never won a trophy since he came a professional top footballer at Tottenham Hotspur.
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— Gary Neville (@GNev2) May 20, 2021
Kane is still in the race to win the Premier League Golden Boot this summer with 22 goals, same as Liverpool star Mohamed Salah.
For Kane, that number is not good enough and he wants to score plenty more, wherever he plays next season.
‘I don’t want to have any regrets at the end of my career,’ Kane said.
‘So, I want to be the best of myself. I’ve said it before, I never said that I’d stay at Spurs forever. I never said that I would leave Spurs.’
During the current 2020-21 season, Tottenham have dropped out of the top four and are now trying to qualify for Europa League.
Tottenham are currently seventh on the Premier League table and their final match of the season is against fifth-placed Leicester City.