Tottenham Hotspur star striker Harry Kane has been a revelation for the club.
So far, the striker, who has failed to win any major trophies with the club, has seemed to be content.
However, he could now be looking for better options elsewhere.
Reports state that Kane is unhappy at Spurs and has threatened the club.
Here are the details.
Kane has been phenomenal for Spurs and in 261 matches across competitions, Kane has scored 171 goals.
This season he has already netted seven in nine appearances.
He is a sheer match-winner and has been decisive for Spurs over the years.
However, the club hasn't won trophies despite regularly finishing in top four in the Premier League.
Despite this, Kane has been loyal.
Spurs have had a difficult start in the 2019-20 campaign.
They were knocked out of the Carabao Cup.
In the Champions League, they have just one point from two games that included a 7-2 defeat against Bayern Munich at home.
Life at the Premier League has also been nervy so far.
Talisman Kane wasn't happy with the Bayern drubbing.
According to a report in Don Balon, the 2018 FIFA World Cup Golden Boot winner was unhappy with fellow England international Dele Alli after the defeat against Bayern.
In fact, the consistent Kane also had an argument with Alli over the latter's form and the performance against Bayern.
The 26-year-old is believed to have has asked the Spurs board to sell Alli.
The report adds that Kane wants Danish star Christian Eriksen to be part of the team on a regular basis.
Eriksen was on the verge of leaving Spurs in the summer.
Therefore, with Alli not showing the form he once had, Kane wants the former to be sold.
He has, in fact, even threatened Spurs to leave for potential suitors Real Madrid.
Recently, former Manchester United and England defender Rio Ferdinand said Kane should leave Spurs to win trophies elsewhere.
"What are you in the game for? Are you in the game to be a one-club man or to win trophies? Do Spurs look like a team capable of winning trophies? I don't think so," he told to BT Sport.
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