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Harry Kane’s chapter at Tottenham is about to come to an end, as the 27-year-old is keen on winning trophies before he calls time on his career.
At the peak age of 27, Kane is yet to win anything and has been with Tottenham all his life.
He has now told the club that he is keen to leave at the end of the season, and is targeting to join a Premier League team.
Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United are the three clubs to have been linked with the England captain.
Meanwhile, former Liverpool and Manchester United striker Michael Owen has urged Kane that it’s now or never for him to make the move.
“You can’t blame @HKane wanting a new challenge. It’s a short career and @SpursOfficial are miles off winning things at present. It was now or never,” said Owen.
“He’s shown great loyalty but it would be a huge shame if he finishes his career with no medals to show for it.”
Kane has three years left on his contract with Tottenham, and it’s yet to be seen if shrewd owner Daniel Levy will let him leave to a Premier League club.