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Clinton Morrison has told Sky Sports that he is disappointed to hear that Harry Kane reportedly wants to leave Tottenham Hotspur in the summer transfer window.

The former Crystal Palace forward has said he is disappointed to hear that Kane wants to leave Tottenham.

However, the Sky Sports pundit has added that he understands why the England international striker would want a new challenge.

Sky Sports have reported this evening that Kane has told Spurs again that he wants to leave.

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Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea are reported to be interested in securing the services of the 27-year-old striker this summer.

Morrison told Sky Sports:: “Disappointed because obviously a lot of people know I am a big Tottenham fan. It’s disappointing news, but I do understand Harry Kane. I think a lot of Tottenham fans will understand Harry Kane. At this precise moment, Ryan Mason is the manager. They don’t know who the new manger is gong to be at Tottenham Hotspur.”

The Sky Sports pundit added: “You look at Harry Kane. He is at the age now where he wants to win things. He is one of the best strikers in the world at this precise moment.”

Despite the speculation this evening, it must be noted Kane has not publicly said that he wants to leave Spurs.

It will be interesting to see what the striker says if and when he is questioned by the media.

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Tottenham are not going to play in the Champions League next season and are unlikely to win the Premier League title anytime soon.

However, Spurs are a big and rich club and will not sell Kane on the cheap.

The Telegraph has reported that Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy wants £150 million for Kane, and that he does not want to sell the striker to another English club.