Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane will consider his future with the club in the summer if they fail to make it to the Champions League this season.
Reports from the Telegraph indicates that the England captain wants to win a silverware with the Jose Mourinho side and lack of that may force him to make a move with a lot of teams in Europe already monitoring his situation.
The reports claim that manager Jose Mourinho and chairman Daniel Levy will have to convince the forward to stay if they fail to qualify for next season’s Champions League with Spurs currently sitting seventh in the Premier League table, five points behind Chelsea in fourth.
Kane has always made it clear that he expects to win trophies and that could happen in the FA Cup where they are slated to take on Norwich with dreams of winning the Champions League looking bleak after they were beaten by RB Leipzig in the first leg of their last-16 tie.
Levy is confident he could talk Kane out of moving away and would slap a £150m plus price tag on his head but Kane who is turning 27 in July and has four years remaining in his contract won’t mind leaving to teams known to bag trophies frequently with Barcelona and Real Madrid among the options being muted.
The Tottenham talisman is currently out injured nursing a hamstring issue and may not feature again for Spurs before the campaign ends.