Tottenham Hotspur main man Harry Kane has today refused to rule out the possibility of departing the club to play abroad.
24-year-old Kane’s recent form for Spurs has been widely discussed throughout Europe, after the Englishman notched an incredible 13 goals in the month of September.
His double versus Huddersfield at the weekend took Kane onto 27 Premier League goals in 2017, just 9 short of the all-time record of 36 held by Alan Shearer.
Unsurprisingly, links to a number of European football’s heavyweights have resulted from Kane’s stellar form with Tottenham, with La Liga giants Real Madrid reportedly heading the queue of interested parties.
Speaking in a press conference while on international duty with England, the 21-time capped international refused to rule out the possibility of moving abroad:
‘I would never say no or yes. You’d not rule out anything.’
‘It’s not something I definitely want to do, but you never rule anything out. I’m very happy here (at Tottenham), but we’ll see what happens.’
If Real were to coax Tottenham into parting ways with their crown jewel, it would no doubt take a monumental offer, with Kane himself having admitted in August that he does not have a release clause in his contract at White Hart Lane.
The prolific hitman will now aim to take his sensational club form into the international break with England, who are set for World Cup qualifying clashes with Slovenia and Lithuania tonight and on Sunday respectively.
Gareth Southgate’s men are yet to lose a game during their qualifying campaign, and need just a single point from their remaining two fixtures to secure top spot in Group F, and automatic qualification to next summer’s showpiece.