While the team is still keen on hanging on to their all-time top scorer, Spurs' execs have named their terms in case the player wants to leave.

Tottenham's recent debacles and having to deal with the frustration of not winning any major titles could force Harry Kane out of the North London side. With that in mind, the club is ready to cash in on the player's exit, but chairman Daniel Levy will not put the stellar striker on a silver platter.

According to a report by The Times, Tottenham will not get in the way of Kane's exit, but the team that wants to add the striker to its roster must follow certain conditions in terms of transfer fees, which will not be as cheap as you could think.

The English newspaper reports that Tottenham will consider Kane's sale to the team that comes up with $122M. The main problem with this number is that Spurs' execs want this money to be paid in one installment, contrary to general negotiations where both parties agree a certain number of payments to make it easier for the buyer.

According to the media outlet, Tottenham's idea is to extend Kane's deal beyond 2024 (when his current contract expires), but it is understood that the player is keen on leaving the club this summer, with teams such as Bayern, Manchester United, or even Real Madrid being interested in his services.

Nevertheless, The Times' source has also shared a glimmer of hope for Spurs' fans on this matter.

"If the player has it clear that there is no adequate domestic option to leave as a free agent in 2024, reports suggest that Kane would be open to continue contract extension talks with Spurs," the source told the media outlet.

Kane recently became Tottenham's all-time top scorer, but the player has never hidden his desire to become the Premier League's all-time top scorer, which can happen if he is able to score 57 more goals in coming years.

All things considered, it seems that Kane will try to push for an exit in coming months, but the team -or teams- interested in his services will have to consider a massive investment, mainly because of the "payment plan" Daniel Levy has shared for the 29-year-old footballer.