Tottenham striker Harry Kane has revealed he will hold talks with club chairman Daniel Levy about his future this summer.
The England captain is keen to leave the North London side in pursuit of trophies, with Manchester United and Manchester City among those interested in his services.
However, Spurs are likely to demand a fee in excess of £100m this summer if the forward, who turns 28 this summer, is to leave, which could be an issue for potential suitors.
Speaking to former United defender Gary Neville on The Overlap, Kane publicly admitted he is open to a transfer.
“I think so. I think it’s definitely a conversation to be had with the club. Yeah, like you say, I want to be playing in the biggest games. The biggest moments,” Kane said.
“Like, this season I’m there watching the Champions League, watching the English teams in there doing amazing. They are the games that I want to be involved in.
“I want to be in them games. So for sure, it’s a moment in my career where I have to kind of reflect and see where I’m at and have a good, honest conversation with the chairman. I hope that we can have that conversation.
“I’m sure that he’ll want to set out the plan of where he sees it but ultimately it’s going to be down to me and how I feel and what’s going to be the best for me and my career this moment in time.”
Speaking about Levy, he added: “He’s been great with me if I’m totally honest .I mean, he’s always rewarded me with contracts. I signed maybe a four or five-year deal when I was 21 but I’ve done well so he’s added to that. He’s been great with me.
“He’s been fair with me. He’s never kind of just held me on to a contract and said ‘No, I’ve paid you that. You’re going to stay on that’.
“So, we’ve always had a good relationship, but yeah, I’m not sure how that conversation will go if I’m honest, but you know what it’s like as players you don’t know what the chairman is thinking.”
Kane then made it clear that he doesn’t want to finish his career with any regrets, adding: “For me it is, I don’t want to have come to the end of my career and have any regrets.
“So, I want to be the best that I can be. I’ve said before, I’d never say that I’d stay at Spurs for the rest of my career. I’d never say that I would leave Spurs.
“I’m at that stage where you could say, you know. People might look at it as ‘He’s desperate for trophies, he needs trophies’.
“I still feel like I’ve still got almost another career to play. I’ve got another seven or eight years. Kind of what I’ve had so far in the Premier League.
“So I’m not, I’m not rushing anything. I’m not desperate to do anything, but yeah, I just want to be the best version of me.
“I feel like for sure I’ve got so much more to give. I feel like I can be even better than what I’ve been. I can produce better numbers than what I’m producing at the moment.”