Harry Kane will leave Tottenham in the summer.
The England captain will likely leave the North London club this summer if they fail to qualify for the Champions League next season.
Kane has netted 29 goals and 16 assists in all competitions this season.
Jose Mourinho’s side will miss out on a top-four finish and Kane should push for a move in the summer according to Alan Shearer.
“I’ve got way too much respect for Harry as a player and a man to offer him advice on a decision that I know for myself is rarely linear and that may not, in the end, be his to make,” Shearer explained.
“What I would say, though, is this: if he’s going to leave, it looks like this summer or not at all. Harry is 28 in three months and this is why I think we’re approaching a pivotal moment.
“He’s at his peak, the ready-made article, an absolute guarantee of goals wherever he plays and the opposite of a gamble, but a buying club is going to want three or four of his best years in return for what would certainly be an exorbitant transfer fee.
“This is that time. Twelve months down the line and it becomes that bit more difficult to justify.”