The biggest off-the-pitch talking point since the start of May has been over the future of Harry Kane, who seems likely to leave Tottenham this summer.

Having reached the age of 27 and still without a domestic trophy success to his name, many feel now is the right time for the England captain to move on.

Kane, who says he won't make any decisions on his future until after Euro 2020, faces the prospect of another season without Champions League football if he can't secure a big-money move this summer.

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Premier League champions Manchester City look to be at the top of the queue of suitors for the Spurs ace, with Pep Guardiola looking to find a replacement for Sergio Aguero.

Prior to this summer, it had been City's local rivals Manchester United that were being heavily tipped to swoop for Kane.

With Edinson Cavani agreeing to extend his stay at Old Trafford and with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer targeting Jadon Sancho, the price of a Kane move to the red half of Manchester has drifted to 5/1.

Many feel Mauricio Pochettino's managerial future may yet have an impact on Kane's future, with the possibility of the two teaming up again.

Pochettino clearly got the very best out of Kane and it's no secret that Spurs officials have been trying to persuade the Argentinian to return to the club.

But that is looking increasingly unlikely so his current club, Paris Saint Germain, continue to be linked to the England ace and are 16/1 to sign the striker.

Staying in the Premier League seems the most likely option though for the former Watford youth player, with Chelsea also believed to be in the hunt for his signature.

Timo Werner's move to Stamford Bridge has helped bring a Champions League trophy, but his personal displays have been far from what was expected.

Chelsea - 9/1 to sign Kane - brought in the German international for £47.5million last summer and there's a big question mark over whether they would pay over £100million on another frontman.

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Beaten Champions League finalists City are the strong favourites and a best-price 5/4 to sign the Premier League's top scorer.

In a recent interview, Kane seemed to fuel speculation about joining Pep Guardiola's squad. The England captain admitted that City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne is the player he feels could supply him with even more goals, with the way that he delivers the ball to the forwards.

The fact that Tottenham are still to appoint a new manager is also making a move seem more likely, although for Kane to stay with Spurs it still remains a best price of 11/10.