TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR may find themselves needing a new striker this summer, with Harry Kane reportedly wanting out.
Spurs' talisman is believed to be eager to move to Manchester City, as he pursues silverware at club level.
Kane, 27, was even more pivotal to the North Londoners than usual last season, finishing the campaign with the most goals AND assists in the Premier League.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is set to dig his heels in once again – but if he does sell, will have an almighty gap to fill up top.
Here, SunSport takes a look at six strikers that Levy could turn to this summer.
Manchester United forward Anthony Martial was linked with a move to Spurs before going to Old Trafford in 2015.
The Lilywhites could rekindle their interest, and may pay around £30million for his services.
With United on the verge of signing Jadon Sancho, the Frenchman will fall down the pecking order making him a viable option.
New Spurs sporting director Fabio Paratici is rumoured to be plotting a raid on Serie A this summer, with Fiorentina ace Dusan Vlahovic on his wishlist.
The 6ft 3in striker, 21, bagged an impressive 21 goals last season – but Tottenham will have to navigate La Viola's £51m asking price.
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Tottenham were turned down by Ollie Watkins last summer, with the former Brentford ace not wanting to play second fiddle to Kane in North London.
But if the England skipper leaves, Watkins may be interested in filling the vacancy this time around, should Spurs rekindle their interest.
He bagged 14 goals in his debut Prem season for Aston Villa, proving he can cut it at the top level.
Despite being a prolific goalscorer for Manchester City, Gabriel Jesus has often found himself on the bench under Pep Guardiola – including for last season's Champions League final.
The Brazilian, 24, is available in part-exchange for Kane – and Spurs may be tempted by Jesus' impressive tally of 82 goals for City.
Chelsea striker seems to be on the way out of Stamford Bridge, having not even been included on Thomas Tuchel's bench for the Champions League final.
The 6ft 3in ace, who has scored 30 goals over the last two seasons, may be a tempting option – although dealing with bitter rivals Chelsea may prove to be tricky.
Blues owner Roman Abramovich is famously reluctant to sell to their London neighbours.
Former Inter Milan striker was repeatedly linked with Juventus during Fabio Paratici's time at the club.
With the Argentine having not been a favourite of Mauricio Pochettino so far in the French capital, Paratici could try again to secure a striker that has scored 157 goals across spells at Inter Milan and PSG.
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