Transfer window：Harry Kan-The big one
Harry Kane has made no secret in recent interviews that he wants to compete for Europe's top team trophies, and in mid-May the 27-year-old once again told Tottenham he wants to leave this summer.
Spurs are now making enquiries about replacement centre-forwards, in the first indication that the club are willing to consider the feelings of their main man. If the final home game of the season was anything to go by, the fans can sympathise with Kane's position, with Spurs' last trophy coming in 2008. Their anger is very much aimed at those running the club.
Spurs, of course, do not want to sell their prized asset, but Manchester City have already put their cards on the table, lodging a £100m bid, while Manchester United and Chelsea have been in touch with Kane's representatives, CK66, expressing a desire to sign him.
Kane's preference is to remain in the Premier League, but with just a handful of years of peak-Kane remaining, would potential suitors rather spend the money on a decade of guaranteed goals in Erling Haaland or Kylian Mbappe?
Kane had reportedly originally wanted his future sorted before Euro 2020, but given the sums that would be involved in getting the Premier League's best goalscorer out of Spurs, that seemed an unrealistic aim.