Harry Kane has again told Tottenham he wants to leave this summer.
Multiple outlets in the UK are reporting that Kane has not changed his mind about staying at Spurs.
The 27-year-old has been vocal in the press about wanting to win trophies.
After trying to leave last summer, Kane was promised things would be different in Jose Mourinho's first full season in charge.
But with the Portuguese out the door prior to the Carabao Cup final loss to Manchester City, Kane has now made a decision on his future.
Kane would prefer to have his future resolved prior to competing for England at the European Championships in mid-June, per Sky Sports.
Spurs have even started enquiring about replacement centre-forwards, giving the strongest indication yet that they will accept an offer for their star man.
It is unclear how much it would take for Daniel Levy to sell the England captain.
However, Kane's insistence on leaving could force the notoriously tough negotiator to soften his stance.
Approached about the story, Tottenham released a statement in which they said: "Our focus is on finishing the season as strongly as possible. That's what everyone should be focused on."