Kane won’t go next summer, but another couple of trophy-less seasons may give him something to think about – especially if he continues to perform at a high level and outgrows them. Spurs will continue to insist he isn’t for sale of course, but they said the same thing about Modric and Bale. If Real Madrid or another top team comes in for him with a humongous offer and Kane is like, “Yeah, you know what, I’ve done all I can here, it’s time for me to win something,” Levy would at the very least have to consider it.
Spurs need to break their salary cap too. If they continue to win nothing, the “project” alone will not be enough to stop Alli, Erikisen et al having their heads turned by clubs who’ll triple their wages.