Harry Kane has delivered a scathing four-word verdict that highlights how his Tottenham career has reached a crossroads, Football Insider can exclusively reveal.
This site revealed on Friday how the Spurs talisman has told friends he wants to quit the club this summer.
In a further update on his thinking, a Tottenham source told Football Insider that Kane has privately dismissed the club’s hopes of challenging for the major trophies in the coming seasons.
He has confided that “Spurs are going nowhere” in a withering assessment of the club’s ambition.
Intriguingly, Kane does not blame manager Jose Mourinho for the team’s decline over the last two seasons.
The striker also has no issues with the Tottenham style of play under the Portugese, which supporters and critics have slammed as functional and cautious.
Kane is instead said to be unimpressed with the ambition shown by those at the top of the club and in the boardroom.
He fears Tottenham are treading water at a critical time in his career and is “”100 per cent thinking of moving on”.
The Spurs idol will not come out and say that publicly at this point as he wants to keep the supporters on side.
Publicly, Kane, who turns 28 in July, has suggested he will decide his plans after the Euros.
It remains to be seen if any club is willing to meet the asking price that Tottenham will demand for their star man.
He has three years remaining on his contract and only a small group of elite clubs would be able to afford the £125million-plus valuation.