It could be a busy summer for Tottenham Hotspur.
With Liverpool and Manchester City head and shoulders above the rest of the Premier League, it's going to take a big effort for the chasing pack to catch the runaway leaders.
For Spurs, the future of one man seems to be key to that.
Harry Kane has been Tottenham's talisman for a number of seasons, but reports have suggested that he could move on this summer, with Manchester United linked.
Valued at £108million by Transfermarkt, any deal to sign the 26-year-old would not come cheap, but could materialise if Tottenham miss out on the Champions League next term.
Spurs are currently six points off the top four with just seven games remaining, meaning the chances of reaching Europe's elite competition are slim.
But while Kane's future will remain in the balance, Hugo Lloris has played down claims that the striker could move on.
As quoted by the Daily Express, Lloris said: “It’s not only about Harry.
"We all want to play in the greatest competition like the Champions League but you get what you deserve.
“We are talking about the club, we cannot talk just about only one player because we are all involved and if the club doesn’t achieve the ambition then we are all guilty.
“It’s not fair to say one or the other deserves better. We are all working for the club, giving our best and of course the top four will be very, very difficult."
Lloris added: "Harry will need the confidence too and this goal will help him to step up for the rest of the season.
“It’s not easy because six months without games you still need to feel the right feelings but he’s working hard and he’s very ambitious and one of the leaders in the team and he will give his best until the end.
“Now of course his target is to repeat and repeat goals and help the team to finish as high as we can.”
GIVEMESPORT'S Phil Spencer says...
Harry Kane's future looks set to be a big talking point this summer.
Despite being Tottenham Hotspur's talisman, it seems possible that he could move on if the North London club can't match his ambitions.
It's hard to imagine Kane playing for someone else, but if a big-money bid came in and he wanted to leave, it'd be hard to stand in his way.
The club owe him that much after how much he's given them over the years.
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