Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is currently in a state of dilemma and still has to make a huge decision about his future this summer. The England international striker has had his future up in the air since the beginning of the last two season's summer transfer window and those rumors have continued to grow in the past months Kane is widely considered to be one of the best strikers not just in the English Premier League but in the world. However, he has grown discontent and dissatisfied at Tottenham and wishes to move on to follow his desire to win trophies.

The Spurs man has been a lethal goalscorer since making his debut for the London club but having already hit 28 years of age, he is now more concerned than ever about winning trophies and that's the main reason he has expressed his desire to leave the Tottenham Hotspur stadium as soon as he has the opportunity to.

After the end of last season, the superstar striker revealed in an interview with former Manchester United player Gary Neville that he would love to win trophies in his career instead of hanging his boots later in the future and regretting that all he did was score goals without any titles to show for it.

Since making that statement, a lot of people have shown support for him and have continued to encourage him to move away from the club, with the latest person being former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. The former French boss has urged Kane to move to one of the bigger clubs in England if he wants to have a better shot at winning trophies in his career and that the best time to do that is now.

Kane is still considering his future and has been linked with a move to both Manchester clubs - City and United.