Harry Kane has admitted he has considered his future at Tottenham Hotspurs, but what does the club need to do to make sure he stays?
While Spurs fans will be desperate to see their club sign some new players this summer, they will also be desperate to keep hold of some of their current stars too.
Having just turned 27, the question is just how long will Kane wait to see if the Lillywhites can deliver what he wants?
The season may have ended up with Jose Mourinho and his staff celebrating qualification for the Europa League. But that is hardly the kind of ambition Kane was thinking about.
The club captain has yet to get his hands on a single piece of silverware. Judging by how the club has fallen from the season of two years ago it may be some time before they are challenging at that level again.
Jamie O’Hara played in the midfield for the last Spurs side to lift a trophy.
In 2008 they lifted the League Cup or the Carabao Cup as we know it today. But the former player is not sure that will be enough this time around to keep the England captain.
He believes that there is a minimum Kane will accept and the club must deliver or face losing their best player.
Speaking to Talk Sport, he said:
“He’s 27 and if he doesn’t do it next season, I think he has got to leave. Spurs need to win a trophy next season.”
Not just any old trophy will do, he added:
“League Cup, No, I don’t think so.”
“I think if you win the FA Cup and get in the top four, you keep Harry Kane.”
“If you just get in the top four next season and you don’t win a trophy, I think it’s time that Harry Kane moved on.”
Tottenham has enough trouble in the transfer market, how on earth would they replace Kane and with who?