For some time now, Harry Kane has been considered one of Europe’s best strikers, scoring an incredible 136 Premier League goals in 201 appearances.
The Tottenham man has become a crucial element to the Spurs' rise over the years and he has been a talisman for the last six seasons, which now puts him amongst club legends like Dave Mackay, Glenn Hoddle and Jimmy Greaves.
However, in a recent interview with Sky Sports pundit, Jamie Redknapp, Kane hinted at a possible move away from north London by stating he would not stay at Spurs "for the sake of it" should they fail to progress and continue without winning trophies.
The England international has now been linked with a number of clubs, including Real Madrid and Manchester United. The deal is set to be worth around the almighty figure of £150 million for Kane’s signature, making it one of the biggest ever transfers should it happen.
The transfer will leave a massive gap in Jose Mourinho’s side, perhaps prompting Spurs chairman, Daniel Levy, to invest in a replacement for the irreplaceable fan favourite.
Here, we take a look at potential replacements for Tottenham’s prolific centre forward should he follow through with his desire to win silverware away from the London club.