Tottenham is determined to keep their forward for the next campaign according to reports.
But it is expected the Englishman will try to force away out of his current club this summer.
With Tottenham out of the top four spots at the moment, missing the champions league next season is a possibility.
This will force Kane to seek a new challenge as per close sources at Tottenham.
With his goal-scoring rate, Kane will change any club the likes of Manchester United to win trophies.
With this consideration, Real Madrid has been opted in the race to sign Kane if he could leave Spurs.
They see Kane as one who will help them in the front line and win back to back games.
Kane is also the main target for Manchester United.
With Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looking for a stable striker, the Englishman is believed to fit in his squad.
Also, Manchester City is interested in signing Kane as they look for Aguero's replacement this summer.
What is your opinion about Kane's future and Why he could leave Tottenham?
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