Tottenham Hotspur could be regretting keeping English striker Harry Kane against his wish at the club after openly expressing his desire to leave the club in the summer and Manchester City came in with a bid in excess of £150m but was rejected.
Kane has been at the club since 2004 and went on four loans at Leyton Orient, Millwall, Norwich City and Leicester City before becoming a first team regular in 2014 and has scored over 150 goals and three Premier League golden boots for the club but has never won a trophy.
He was forced to stay at the club this season and failed to hit form under Nuno Espirito Santo before the Spaniard was sacked and Antonio Conte was appointed and after Conte's comment that the level of the club is low, Kane's time could be well and truly over. Conte has now identified Dusan Vlahovic as his replacement.
Kane has just one Premier League goal till date while his potential replacement has scored 12 league goals in 15 games. He would not come cheap as Fiorentina are holding out for about £40m but Tottenham should be able to raise that from Kane's sale.