HARRY KANE has reportedly told Tottenham he wants to leave this summer.
But where will the prolific England captain end up?
Kane, 27, is regarded as one of world football’s top strikers, having scored 32 times for Tottenham this term.
And he will no doubt have a host of clubs chasing his coveted signature.
Kane’s future is sure to be the transfer tale of the summer.
Here, SunSport looks at five sides the ace could join – and how he would fit in at each one.
Pep Guardiola’s side looks the most likely destination for Kane.
The newly-crowned Premier League champions are set up to deliver silverware each season.
And adding some trophies to his empty cabinet is top of Kane’s list.
He would be an ideal fit up front in Guardiola’s 4-3-3, with the likes of Phil Foden and Kevin de Bruyne in support.
And with Sergio Aguero leaving the Etihad when his deal expires this summer, Kane to City could be written in the stars.
Playing in attack for United remains one of the most romantic ideals in football.
The Red Devils may have a gem in Edinson Cavani, but they would be striking pure gold in Kane.
He’s a leader, he’s clinical, and he’s a world-renowned name – all vital characteristics in a United No9.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may not be able to guarantee top trophies straight away like City.
But signing Kane would be a huge statement of intent and could end United’s barren title run, playing either as a solo forward or alongside Cavani ahead of a midfield diamond.
Surely the most controversial transfer Kane can make, but it can’t be ruled out.
England’s leading player is a family man and may want to stick close to his roots.
Chelsea are in dire need of a striker and Thomas Tuchel has already proven he is capable of reaching important finals.
Kane would surely be able to add the finishing touches to some of Chelsea’s attacking moves if deployed in the centre of their front three.
But given the intense rivalry between the Blues and Spurs, it remains to be seen if Daniel Levy would even entertain the idea of negotiating with Roman Abramovich.
Mauricio Pochettino and Kane have a special relationship stretching back years.
PSG have the finances and the big names to give Kane a new lease of life abroad.
He would surely thrive in a front line flanked by Neymar and Kylian Mbappe.
Kane is said to prefer remaining in the Premier League.
But he could run riot playing week in and week out in Ligue 1, a league where top strikers will always dominate.
Zinedine Zidane may be leaving this summer, but Real Madrid are Real Madrid.
You would be hard-pressed to find any player claiming not to be tempted by the immense grandeur of the Bernabeu.
And Kane would be the star of the show, potentially forming a deadly partnership with Karim Benzema.
Real are always in the mix when it comes to competing, regardless of the state of their squad.
But with finances tight amongst the top Spanish sides, they may not be able to compete this summer.