Kane has suggested that in some point in his career he may be open to moving abroad.
The 24-year-old’s statement comes just days after he was linked with a mega money switch to Real Madrid.
And some Spurs supporters are now anxious that Kane will leave them in the future, unless they start winning trophies.
Bye bye. Thanks for the memories.— Sourjya Chowdhury (@sourjyac14) October 4, 2017
That's made me doubt his one club attitude now— Matt (@MauricioMagic) October 4, 2017
Sounds more uncertain from the last time he spoke about it, he was certain he was gunna stay and now he's "not ruling anything out"— Matt (@MauricioMagic) October 4, 2017
That doesn't sound like someone who wants to stay for the rest of his career— Ethan (@escottcurran) October 4, 2017
That's it then.. He will leave, I don't know when— William (@eriksen_esque) October 5, 2017
He's off. Ground has been broken.— Kriefers (@seat56) October 4, 2017
hmm this is actually worrying not gonna lie— • (@Smterki) October 4, 2017
Kane has always stated he is happy at Spurs previously, and he even made that point explicitly clear again in his latest press conference.
However, Tottenham fans are understandably concerned that the rising interest from Kane will turn his head.
Kane has become arguably the most sought-after striker in world football, with his goalscoring form going from strength to strength.
Kane has finished as the Premier League’s top goalscorer for two seasons running, and has already netted 11 goals in nine club appearances this term.
Kane is also set to captain England in their World Cup qualifying match against Slovenia this evening.