Spurs youngster ‘gives away’ Kane transfer in Insta post that will rile Levy

Tottenham star Dane Scarlett dropped a massive hint that Harry Kane will be leaving Spurs this summer with an Instagram post that will no doubt leaving Daniel Levy fuming.

Scarlett, who has three first-team appearances to his name, uploaded a picture of a signed shirt gifted to him by Premier League Golden Boot winner Kane.

The shirt is another reminder of what a class act the England captain is, but it’s the message accompanying the post that got tongues wagging.

It read: “To Dane, Keep working hard mate! Best wishes.”

Some Sherlock-loving Spurs fans are not convinced that “best wishes” would be included in a message to someone who Kane should be team-mates with next season.

One fan wrote: “I don't know about anyone else but I would never use best wishes if I was seeing someone again soon.”

While another added: “I don’t see Harry Kane signing a shirt for Dane Scarlett with ‘keep working hard’ as anything other than goodbye. It’s going to happen isn’t it.”

A third asked: “Kane signing Scarlett’s shirt saying “best wishes”. Is that a sign?”

Scarlett’s Instagram post follows Kane’s wife Katie uploading a video of her hubby hugging team-mates Heung-Min Son and Dele Alli after Sunday’s win over Leicester.

Kane has a strong bond with both players and the story was captioned with crying emojis, leading some supporters to believe it was the striker’s final on-pitch goodbye to his pals.

The 27-year-old centre-forward revealed a fortnight ago that he is looking to leave Tottenham after a 17-year association with the club, citing a desire to win silverware.

Speaking to Gary Neville’s Overlap podcast last week, Kane said: “I think it’s definitely a conversation to be had with the club.

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