Harry Kane has told Tottenham Hotspurs of his intention to leave the north London outfit at the end of this current campaign.
According to sources, the Three Lions" skipper feels it is the best time to leave his beloved club in search of silverware elsewhere.
However, Kane is only interested in joining another Premier League club that would match his ambition and would like his future to be settled before his leads England to this summer's European Championship.
Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea, according to reports are three clubs willingly to have the prolific forward in their ranks.
The timing of the 27 year old's announcement arrives at a time in which the club is still in the process of finding a permanent manager after Jose Mourinho was sacked some weeks ago.
The Striker hopes Club's chairman, Daniel Levy would grant his wish this time around. It is believed that Harry Kane wanted to leave last summer but was persuaded to stay for one more push of a title.
With Harry Kane's contract still remaining 3 years, Daniel Levy, wary of selling to a direct Premier League rival, wouldn''t let their talisman leave if the €150 million valuation isn't met by potential suitors