With every passing day, a lot of news come out regarding the future of top Footballers around in Europe who want a big money move from their current clubs. The transfer window is still some months away but the rumours have started coming in.
One Player's future which has been the subject of much speculation is English striker, Harry Kane. The Tottenham Hotspur forward has announced his intention to leave the club after growing frustrated with the club's lack of ambition and inability to win trophies.
This decision has alerted Big clubs like Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City who are favourites to land the 27 year old striker. Kane favours a stay in the Premier league and that means he could move to any of the three aforementioned clubs.
Chelsea are in need of a Striker after the failings of Timo Werner, Man City want to replace Legendary Striker, Sergio Aguero and United who just gave Cavani a new contract might want to add to their striking firepower. This will be sad for Tottenham but Kane looks set to choose his personal ambition over Club loyalty.
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