Watch emotional Harry Kane's solo lap of honour in front of Spurs fans – but is he saying goodbye amid transfer talk?
AN emotional Harry Kane waved to Spurs fans as he took a lonely lap of honour in their final home game of the season.
Ryan Mason's side fell 2-1 to Aston Villa after two horror errors from Sergio Reguilon.
But after the full-time whistle – and in front of fans for the first time in months – captain Kane looked visibly emotional and appeared to be holding back tears as he applauded and waved to supporters.
This week Kane, 27, has made it clear to the club's hierarchy that he wishes to leave in search of major trophies.
Man City, Manchester United and Chelsea are all hot on the trail of one of the world's top strikers.
Kane's lap may well have been a simple thank you for Tottenham fans' support this season.
But it may have been a farewell in what could be a final home game for Kane in Tottenham colours.
As SunSport revealed earlier on Wednesday, the two Manchester clubs are willing to offer Kane £80MILLION in wages to tempt him away from Spurs.
The Premier League top two are chasing the £150m-rated England striker after he told Spurs he wants to leave this summer.
They are both prepared to hand him a five-year contract with a £300,000-a-week basic salary — £70k up on his Tottenham deal, which still has three years to run.
Chelsea are also in the hunt for Kane, 27, but Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has placed a massive price tag on the Prem’s 22-goal top scorer.
And it is understood the battle for Kane’s signature is set to be a straight fight between the two Manchester rivals, who believe they offer him the best chance to win trophies.
Newly-crowned champions Man City are thought to be his preferred destination.
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