In what is easily becoming the most drawn-out transfer move of the summer, Harry Kane had been linked with moves to Manchester City and United, Chelsea, PSG and many more.
Manchester City's need for a striker was none more so evident than in their first game of the season defeat at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, a match where Harry Kane was absent from the Spurs squad.
The three time Premier League Golden Boot winner hasn't achieved a single club honour in his playing career, and his desire to move away from Spurs is clearly be motivated by the desire for trophies.
But as Spurs cling on to their £160million prize asset, how long will this saga last?
The Blue half of Manchester are currently leading the race for Kane's signature, with reports stating that City are about to make an offer of £160million plus add-ons.
Manchester City are in need for a 20+ a season goal scorer after the departure of Sergio Aguero. Kane arrival would be a perfect replacement for City and a brilliant move for the England striker.
A move to Manchester is likely to secure Kane silverware, and could be the final piece in Pep Guardiola's Champions League winners jigsaw.
Staying at Spurs
Spurs chief Daniel Levy has stated that Harry Kane is going nowhere this summer, but surely every player has their price?
The rumoured hefty Manchester City offer has seen bookies shorten the odds for the move north drastically, however Kane staying at Spurs is still second favourite.
Will Levy remain firm and rebuff the City offer? Think of all the bang average strikers and midfielders he could buy with that cash.
As their rivals are leading the way, Manchester United need to up their game, only testing the waters with Spurs for Harry Kane.
There has been no official bid from the Red Devils but are in need to a world class goal scorer to challenge City for the title.
Although United have signed Edinson Cavani on a new deal, as well as having Mason Greenwood in the ranks, Manchester United need to establish themselves in the Premier League and Europe, and Harry Kane may be the solution to their problems.
The bookies odds for Manchester United are drifting, and they will need to do a bit more to make any progress.
Another English club that is now considered an outsider in the hunt for the striker, especially following the signing of Romelu Lukaku from Inter Milan.
With Timo Werner failing on multiple occasions to convert last season, Harry Kane is another great option for Chelsea, especially if they are really going to collect every single piece of major silverware going.
Kane could be making a move to reunite with former boss Mauricio Pochettino. But it seems unlikely.
A late bid seems highly unlikely.
The German giants had their hat in the ring early on in the race for Harry Kane earlier in the summer, but are a huge longshot now.
With Lewandowski still performing at his very best, it is unlikely that Bayern Munich are in desperate need for a new striker.