Harry Kane has once again informed Tottenham of his desire to leave after 17 years at the club.
Spurs have endured a miserable campaign and will miss out on another season of playing in the Champions League.
Finishing outside of the top four does not put into context how dreadful this season has been for the North London outfit.
Under Jose Mourinho, Tottenham suffered a humiliating Europa League last-16 exit to Dinamo Zagreb.
It led to Daniel Levy pulling the trigger and sacking the Special One just days before their EFL Cup final clash against Manchester City.
Despite the appointment of Ryan Mason until the end of the season, Tottenham produced a toothless performance at Wembley and lost 1-0 to Man City.
Poor results in the league have not hindered the England captain's performances though, with Kane notching up 32 goals alongside an impressive 16 assists.
"We have a season to finish and we want to finish it as strongly as possible. That's all we are focused on," a Spurs spokesman said amid rumours of Kane's request.
Quite frankly, it comes as no surprise Kane wants to leave his boyhood team and he won't be short of admirers.
Below, Planet Sport looks at where the goal scoring machine could be plying his trade after the European Championships this summer.
Tottenham - 11/8
First thing is first, he needs to leave Spurs and it's tougher than it sounds.
Just ask the likes of Dimitar Berbatov and Luka Modric about their experiences of dealing with shrewd businessman Levy.
Gareth Bale also forced a move away to Real Madrid before making an underwhelming return on loan this season.
The Welshman, who is set to return to Spain, could perhaps do with giving Kane some tips on how to tackle the situation.
Man City 13/8
If Kane wants to win trophies, then look no further than Pep Guardiola's side.
If they beat Chelsea on May 29, they can add a historic Champions League crown to the Premier League title and EFL Cup this campaign.
It also helps that City legend Sergio Aguero is leaving in the summer meaning they will more than likely need a replacement.
Man United - 7/2
Bruno Fernandes pinging balls across to Kane just sounds delightful, doesn't it?
The signing of Kane could prove a turning point for Man United, who are yet to win the Premier League since Alex Ferguson retired in 2013.
It appears to be an unlikely destination for Kane with Edinson Cavani recently extending his stay at Old Trafford until 2022.
Chelsea - 10/1
He wouldn't, would he?
According to sources, Chelsea are interested in the services of the forward.
If Kane was starting last weekend rather than Timo Werner then Thomas Tuchel may be lifting his first trophy as Blues boss.
The question is, would Kane tarnish his legacy at Spurs to join their arch-rivals?
PSG - 16/1
A reunion with Poch anyone?
It was revealed Kane had an emotional two-hour conversation with Mauricio Pochettino following his departure in 2019.
The pair worked together for five years and reached a Champions League final under the Argentinian's tenure.
There were reports of interest from Paris last month and with Levy not keen on selling his talisman to an English side, it could be on the cards.
Much will depend on Kylian Mbappe's future in the French capital.
Real Madrid - 25/1
A move to Los Blancos is a long shot, but he may want to follow in the footsteps of Gary Lineker and Michael Owen by playing in La Liga.
Madrid are in need of freshening their squad up after tasting elimination to Chelsea in the semi-final of Europe's elite competition this season.
Kane could be the Galactico they need to get Eden Hazard firing on all cylinders. A partnership with Karim Benzema could create the winning formula at Madrid.
Juventus - 40/1
It's been a disappointing season for Juve under Andrea Pirlo and something has to change going into the summer.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been linked with a move away so Kane may be the perfect replacement.
However, if the Turin team miss out on Champions League next season, Kane will be out of the equation due to lack of finances available.
All odds provided were from SkyBet and may have changed since this piece was published.