Harry Kane will reportedly 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.
Man United have been heavily linked with the 27-year old striker but he may not London and move to any other club in the capital.
Chelsea could be a destination that the Spurs captain could consider.
Former Spurs player David Ginola believes Kane won’t be leaving the capital despite Man United transfer links.
“Spurs’ ambitions right now are at a standstill,” Ginola told talkSPORT.
“So I guess Harry is looking to play for a club that will give him opportunities to play in the Champions League, winning trophies and there are many clubs around.
“It will be quite expensive to buy Harry Kane because he’s one of the best strikers in modern football.
“Also, when he comes to make a decision like that, you also refer to the family. If the family is fine in London, he might play for another London club and stay in London.
“He’s an English boy, he loves London and maybe he’d consider an offer from a London club.”