Tottenham striker Harry Kane is reportedly ready to ask the club to be open to transfer deals for him this summer.
According to The Sun, he will not make a formal request to leave, but is hopeful his actions may result in a move.
Spurs’ sad 3-1 loss to Leeds United has put an end to their attempt to make the Premier League top-four, meaning a second season without Champions League football is on the cards.
The defeat also strongly hampered their attempt to secure Europa League football by ending the campaign in the top six.
Currently, Tottenham sit in seventh place in the Premier League table behind West Ham and Liverpool.
And not being able to usurp either side could persuade Kane to seek a transfer with Manchester United, the team currently heavily linked with a £ 90million offer.
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Kane has previously expressed his disappointment at ending another season without silver, having lost 1-0 to Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final.
But former Premier League ace Darren Ambrose, a Tottenham fan, believes Kane can still win the trophies he wants in north London.
He told talkSPORT: “I have heard so much talk about Harry Kane and is he going to stay or is he going to leave? Honestly, it’s up to him.
“He can become an absolute Spurs legend, if he isn’t already.
“I would love to see him stay. Everyone says: “Do we have to leave to win trophies?” Who knows? Who knows which manager comes in? Can they convince him to stay?
“As a Spurs fan I would love to see him stay and I think in the near future they will win trophies.”
But, with the club on the hunt for a new manager after Jose Mourinho’s sacking last month, Ambrose believes Ryan Mason won’t get the job and should go to a boss like Nuno Espirito Santo or Graham Pottter. , which can build a legacy in N17. .
“You can say 99% that it won’t happen,” he said when asked about Mason’s chances of getting the director’s job permanently.
“He has done a good job since his arrival. Obviously it was very disappointing [against Leeds].
“He was left with a difficult task. He came after Jose Mourinho. He had a cup final against the country’s best team by a mile – a terrible performance. I had a big win against Southampton, [Leeds] was very disappointing and it’s Tottenham in the top four. It was a small chance anyway, but they’re not in the top four.
“It’ll be just good if they can have a little run towards the end of the season and try to get into that top six because even that seems tough.
He continued, “I wish someone had an opportunity. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Nuno Espirito Santo – Wolf fans won’t like me to say that.
“I think he’s pushed Wolves pretty far with what he’s got and I think he needs a new challenge.
“Is he classified as an elite of elite managers?” No, but I don’t think Spurs are going to have an elite manager.
“I think if you talk to the people in and around the game and the fans, and ask outside of the top six who are the best managers? He is one of the first names that ignites.
“Graham Potter, the football he plays with Brighton, he would do very, very well at Spurs.
“I think they need to lower their expectations a bit about who they can get as a manager. I think those two names over there are names that you can build the club around.