Former Germany and Bayern Munich coach Jurgen Klinsmann believes that Harry Kane has to decide on his future at Tottenham.
The England captain has been the subject of transfer speculation for the past two years.
He was heavily linked with a move to Manchester City in the summer of 2021, before he had to stay at Spurs. He has since been mentioned as a top target for Bayern.
“There's no suggestions. No advice. I'm a huge, huge fan of Harry," ex-Spurs star Klinsmann told The Athletic's View From The Lane podcast.
“It's a decision that he has to make sooner or later. He knows he has a very good team right now.
“He has a very strong-minded manager, so we all hope that he actually starts to win trophies now with Spurs. That's our hope.
“But also, I think people would forgive him if he said at a certain point, if it's next summer or the summer after when his contract is definitely over, that he will move on to a club that might give him a higher probability to win trophies.
“But I still have that hope that it will happen with Spurs."