For the last five or six years, Harry Kane has been one of the best strikers on the planet for England and Tottenham Hotspur, yet the 27-year-old still finds himself searching for his first trophy. Kane has an incredible record in the Premier League of 159 goals and 33 assists in 236 games and if he continues in this vein of form, he will break Alan Shearer's all-time record.
However, unlike Shearer - who also stayed at his boyhood club despite being able to win trophies elsewhere - Kane doesn't have a Premier League medal as the Newcastle United man won won with Blackburn Rovers in 1996.
The closest he has been to winning the competition was in the 2015/16 season when Leicester City won the title, as Spurs ran side-by-side with them all the way until Spurs moved down to third on the final day of the campaign. Kane also has a Champions League runners-up medal from 2019, where he lost to Liverpool.
Despite the England captain having a clear allegiance to Tottenham, Kane is entering the peak of his career. Now, with Manchester City in the market for a striker this summer and Real Madrid soon needing a Karim Benzema replacement, it could be the perfect opportunity for Kane to move on this summer and end his trophy wait.
By Luke Feather