• Harry Kane expressed his disappointment over a frustrating Spurs season
  • Tottenham has set a direct meeting with Ajax's Eric ten Hag
  • The Spurs sacked José Mourinho last April 19 after a trophy-less run

It has been an extremely busy month for Tottenham Hotspur, who are in the midst of looking for a new manager and preparing for a possible Harry Kane transfer.

Following Julian Nagelsmann's decision to agree to Bayern Munich, the Spurs are eyeing a new coaching candidate in Ajax's Eric ten Hag.

Trusted European football source Fabrizio Romano reported that no less than the Spurs brass will schedule a "direct meeting" with the 51-year-old ten Hag.

Nagelsmann was one of the prospects the Spurs have eyed as confirmed by SportsCenter, but they weren't seen as favorites for the 33-year-old head coach.

That left them looking for other options including Brendan Rodgers, although he appears to be staying with Leicester City.

Even Brighton's Graham Potter and Roberto Martinez of the Belgium national football team have been linked.

Ten Hag has the Dutch Eredivisie title virtually locked in for Ajax, who are on top of the league table with 76 points, 12 ahead of PSV.

The Spurs' former head coach, José Mourinho, was fired last April 19 after a disappointing and trophy-less run with the Spurs.

Tottenham is currently in seventh place in the English Premier League table, on pace to be in their worst finish since 2008-09.

To add to the Spurs' woes, there is a glaring possibility English striker Harry Kane leaves as well.

One of the greatest finishers in modern football, Kane has been the subject of intense discussions because of an unfruitful stint at Tottenham.

"It has been disappointing and as players, we have to take responsibility and when we go away in the summer really focus on what we can improve on," Kane said in an interview for Sky Sports.

The Premier League's top goalscorer has been very vocal about his intentions to win trophies to complement his individual awards.

"Individual awards are great, they are fantastic achievements. When I look back at the end of my career, these are the things I will go over and take in more," Kane stated.

"But the goal right now as a player is to win team trophies. I want to be winning the biggest prizes there is to offer and we are not quite doing that."

Unless the Spurs can magically turn the tables around and somehow finish in the top four and qualify for the UEFA Champions League, Kane may have to force his way out.

The Premier League player of the year is in the third year of his six-year, £62,400,000 ($87,073,000) contract which runs until 2024.

The England captain has reportedly drawn interest from elite teams like Manchester City, Real Madrid and Manchester United.

Such high-profile transfer shall be the constant subject of talks in the succeeding weeks leading to summer.

If he does leave, the Spurs will have to move on and accept a new reality.

Harry Kane has been linked with a possible move away from Tottenham
Harry Kane has been linked with a possible move away from Tottenham POOL / Ian Walton