Chelsea close in on £150 million deal after Lampard told 122-goal hitman Kane could be on the move

Former Tottenham man Alan Hutton has claimed Chelsea target Harry Kane could look to leave the club at the end of the season.

Regarded as one of the best strikers in the game right now, Kane has been in the transfer headlines for the past few weeks as many believe that this could be his last season at Tottenham if they once again fail to pick up some silverware.

Spurs are one of the most promising and exciting sides to watch in the English game, but despite all their talent and all their quality, they have been unable to pick up any trophies under the guidance of Maurizio Pochettino, meaning that a number of clubs, including Chelsea, are circling for a potential deal.

And Hutton believes that a few of the Spurs players’ heads will be turned, should the disappointing results continue, he told the Football Insider: “I think a lot of the boys’ heads have been turned.

“They got to the Champions League final which was great, expectations were big for this season, a lot of stuff’s going on behind the scenes. I know there’s a lot of talk about Harry Kane and moving on and wanting to win things.

“I do think as a player you do want to win things. It’s going to be a massive talking point in the next six months or so depending on how things end up at Tottenham.

“As a player, you obviously always want to win. These questions are going to crop up more and more depending on how results go over the next few weeks.”

Now Chelsea have the very exciting Tammy Abraham in the squad and he is scoring goals for fun right now in a Chelsea shirt, so signing someone like Kane at the end of the season could potentially jeopardize his quality and starting place in the side.

However, if Kane does decide to leave and Chelsea offer the right amount of money, how could they turn down the chance to sign one of the best in the business right now?

It will be interesting to see where Kane could end up, as there will be a few that are willing to meet his massive £150 million price tag.

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