It's set to be a big summer for Tottenham Hotspur.
After a difficult campaign the North London side will be putting the wheels in motion to challenge for a top four spot next term.
A Champions League position is all-but out of the question this season, and so that means that efforts must be doubled once the transfer window opens.
If Jose Mourinho is to get his side back on track, it's like that Spurs will need wholesale reinforcements.
One position that is surprisingly being targeted is in attack.
Valued at £108million by Transfermarkt, Harry Kane has occupied the lone striker role in recent seasons and has done a stunning job of doing so after scoring 20 goals or more in each of the last five seasons.
However it seems that the frontman could have a big decision to make.
Spurs are way off the pace in the hunt for a place in the Champions League, meaning that a spot in the Europa League is possibly the best that they can hope for.
As one of Europe's most lethal strikers, Kane is fully deserving of a place in one of Europe's top sides.
Rumours have been circulating that the England skipper could look for a summer move to one of Europe's top sides, and according to Noel Whelan, it could be very hard for Tottenham to keep hold of him.
Speaking to Football Insider, Whelan said: "He’s got a massive decision to make has Harry Kane because they’re not going to get in the Champions League positions.
“Right now they’re going to be struggling to get into European football and that could be a massive decision on Harry Kane – can he afford to waste another season at a club that’s not going to be playing in the Champions League?
“Most of the top players in the world are in that competition and he’s a top player.
"That is something we need to look at very closely and something he needs to make a decision on.
"Trying to hold onto a player, for Spurs that is going to be very difficult when you’re not in the Champions League.”
GIVEMESPORT'S Phil Spencer says...
What a blow this could be for Tottenham Hotspur.
Harry Kane has been nothing short of sensational since breaking into the first team in North London, and so it's no surprise that he's being linked with a move to a top club.
Even when Spurs have been below par he's still managed to notch up some impressive numbers.
Daniel Levy will not want to lose his star man, but given the likely lack Champions League football next term it could be tricky to keep him.
However whether a move club can afford a move for the striker, remains to be seen.News Now - Sport News