Date: 11th June 2021 at 4:22pm
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Last month, Spurs fans’ worst nightmare came true – Harry Kane announced his desire to leave North London and seek for pastures new.

The England captain put in another phenomenal season for Spurs, recording the highest number of goals and assists in the Premier League.

Sadly for the 27-year-old his striking exploits and unquestionable quality and leadership did not translate into success, as Spurs recorded another full season without a trophy.

They did have an excellent chance to win their first piece of silverware since 2008, but chairman Daniel Levy sacked manager Jose Mourinho just days before the League Cup final against Manchester City, which Spurs went on to meekly lose 1-0.

It could be argued this was the last straw for Kane, because a few weeks later he expressed his desire to leave the club he has scored 166 goals.

According to reports from Italian sports news outlet Calciomercato, Italian giants Juventus are allegedly set to enter the race for Kane’s signature.

The returning Massimiliano Allegri reportedly wants Kane to spearhead a new era for Juventus

The Italian giants saw their vice like grip on Serie A be torn apart, as Antonio Conte’s Inter Milan side stormed to the title to leave ‘The Old Lady’ without a Scudetto for the first time since 2011.

They were also extremely fortunate to even finish in the Champions League positions as it the Turin side went right down to the wire to secure fourth position.

Returning manager Massimiliano Allegri knows the current Juventus team needs to freshen up and it is believed the 53 year-old Italian sees Kane as the perfect man to begin this change.

The major stumbling block for Juventus will be the price tag Levy puts on Kane’s head, with the Italians currently struggling financially.

Kane still has three years left on his Spurs contract so he will not be available on the cheap.

It is believed Levy values the England hitman at around £150 million, which would be a huge ask for the Turin side.

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