Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea and Barcelona are all interested in signing the England captain, who clearly feels he has outgrown his boyhood club.
Kane, 27, has netted 32 goals in another stellar personal campaign but Spurs have not won a trophy since 2008 and will not qualify for the Champions League again this term.
With Ryan Mason in temporary charge until the end of the season and uncertainty abound, multiple outlets report he has now told Daniel Levy he wants a new challenge.
But Kane has another three years left on his contract and Levy, a famously tough negotiator, is unlikely to accept anything less than £150million for the club’s most prized asset.
It is thought Levy is not keen to sell Kane to another English club, while the red-hot forward would rather stay in the Premier League.
With 220 goals for Spurs in 334 games, there will be no shortage of suitors for Kane. It is more a case of which sides could afford him.