Former Spurs goalkeeper Brad Friedel is “certain” Daniel Levy will sell Harry Kane as soon as the price is right.
Friedel also claims trophies will not have “much of an impact” on Kane moving elsewhere.
The American retired at Tottenham in 2015 at around the same time Kane was starting to play a big part in the team.
And Friedel insists Kane will move on at some point, when Levy decides an offer the club receives is the best they will get.
Friedel told Ladbrokes: “Eventually, I can see Harry Kane moving on. Winning the Premier League isn’t necessarily going to be the be all and end all in his decision, though.
“This is where Tottenham’s board have always been very savvy; I’m sure they’ve had offers in the past.
“One thing I am certain of is that once Daniel Levy has an offer for Kane that he doesn’t think is ever going to get any better, that is when he’s going to sell him.
“Winning – or failing to win – trophies won’t have much of an impact on whether or not Harry stays at the club.
“He’s a great team player, an excellent person to have around the squad. Don’t get me wrong; he’s going to want to win trophies, but I also think that each season he thinks he can win them at Tottenham.
“There will be a time where the Spurs board feels that it’s time to sell Harry Kane.”