It is believed that the England international is frustrated with the lack of ambition from the Premier League side, and he wants to join a club where he can win trophies consistently.
The striker is 27, and he is at the peak of his powers right now. It is understandable why he wants to play for an ambitious club that can challenge for the major trophies.
Kane has seen several of his teammates move on over the years and win trophies at other clubs, and he will be looking to do the same next season.
Here at Anytime football, we look at seven players who have left Tottenham and won major trophies with other European clubs.
The Croatian midfielder left Tottenham for Real Madrid, and the rest, as they say, is history.
Luka Modric has developed into one of the best players of his generation, and he has helped Real Madrid win several Champions League titles and the Spanish League as well.
Real Madrid paid top dollar for Gareth Bale, and he was expected to guide them to trophies instantly.
The Welshman did not disappoint, and he helped Real Madrid win Champions League titles with vital goals in the finals.
The former Tottenham right-back joined Manchester City in search of trophies, and his move has proven to be a resounding success so far.
The England international has won several domestic trophies, including multiple League titles with the Manchester outfit.
Berbatov and Keane had a remarkable partnership at Tottenham, but the Bulgarian went on to join Manchester United and helped Sir Alex Ferguson win a League title.
The Danish midfielder recently left Tottenham after stating his frustration regarding the lack of trophies, and he has helped Inter Milan win the Scudetto after 11 years this season.
Once a fan favourite at Tottenham, the striker recently won the Scottish Premiership with Rangers.
The experienced forward has been a useful player for Steven Gerrard’s side, who have finished the league campaign unbeaten.
The Spaniard was released by Tottenham on a free transfer after the London club’s failure to win the Champions League final against Liverpool in 2019.
Llorente ended up joining Italian club Napoli, and he received a winner’s medal after his side beat Juventus in the final of the Coppa Italia last season.