• A handful of clubs are still linked to a transfer swoop for Harry Kane
  • Fabrizio Romano says Kane is not willing to commit to any offers from Tottenham
  • The England captain wants to privately talk to Tottenham chief Daniel Levy

Harry Kane may have marked the beginning of the end of his long-time relationship with Tottenham Hotspur.

Almost every summer, a host of big-name clubs across Europe’s top five leagues are trying to lure Kane.

Heading into the offseason, the narrative has not change one bit as the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea are believed to be monitoring the England captain’s situation.

Speaking on the “Here We Go” podcast, renowned transfer insider Fabrizio Romano shockingly revealed that Kane, at the moment, isn’t keen on prolonging his stay at Tottenham, the club he has played for almost a decade now.

"Tottenham’s plans since March [are that], they want to keep [Harry] Kane and offer him a new contract to convince him about the project and the new manager they will appoint in the next weeks,” Romano bared. “But as of today, Harry Kane is not accepting any proposal for a new contract at Tottenham."

"He [Kane] wants to go and it is his desire, but now he has to talk with Tottenham and to see what happens because Kane is respecting Tottenham’s position and he’s waiting to see the next steps from the club,” he added.

By contrast, Romano also noted that some in Tottenham insist that the club’s marksman isn’t going nowhere.

"But from Tottenham what they say is that the player is not leaving the club,” the insider stressed. “He has two years of contract left on his agreement with Tottenham so they are still convinced they want to keep Harry Kane."

Earning his Spurs, again - Harry Kane (L) celebrates with Son Heung-min  after scoring the opening goal against Wolves
Earning his Spurs, again - Harry Kane (L) celebrates with Son Heung-min after scoring the opening goal against Wolves POOL / ANDREW COULDRIDGE

In a recent exclusive interview with Gary Neville for SkyBet's “The Overlap,” Kane provided an update on his current situation.

According to the 27-year-old, he is well aware that Tottenham chief Daniel Levy could be thinking of selling him.

Whatever the truth is, Kane admitted that he hopes to have an “honest conversation” with the Spurs executive.

"I don't know, I mean he [Levy] might want to sell me," Kane said. "He might be thinking 'If I could get £100m for you, then why not?' Do you know what I mean? I'm not going to be worth that for the next 2 or 3 years.

"I hope we have a good enough relationship,” he pointed out. “I've given the club…well, I've been there 16 years of my life. So, I hope that we can have a good honest conversation and see where we are at in that aspect.”