Since breaking into the senior setup at Spurs, the 25-year-old has developed into one of the Europe's top strikers, recording 153 goals in just 233 games, plus 24 assists.
Kane has also earned the captain's armband at England level, steered his nation to the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup, won the Golden Boot and scored 20 goals in just 35 games.
With such an illustrious CV at a relatively young age, it's no surprise that Kane is often linked with some of the biggest football clubs in the world.
One such club is Real Madrid - according to a November report in Spanish outlet OK Diario, Los Blancos see the Englishman as one of several potential replacements for Karim Benzema.
However, another report has now emerged sensationally linking Kane to Real's biggest rivals, Barcelona.
The Daily Star claims that the Blaugrana - who Spurs face away in the Champions League on Tuesday - are seeking a long-term heir to Luis Suarez, now approaching the twilight of his career.
Kane is rumoured to be top of the La Liga club's shortlist, though Paris Saint-Germain's Kylian Mbappe, Atletico Madrid's Antoine Griezmann and Everton’s Richarlison are also believed to be on the radar of the Catalan outfit.
Interestingly, Barcelona signed the only other English incumbent World Cup Golden Boot winner in Gary Lineker back in 1986, although his trajectory was the opposite to that which Kane would take as he would go on to join Spurs from Barca.
The Catalan giants snapped up Lineker just after he had won the accolade of top goalscorer at the 1986 World Cup - can they effectively repeat history and secure the services of his fellow Englishman, the Russia 2018 Golden Boot winner, just months after picking up the prize?
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