Harry Kane insisted he is happy at Tottenham but the England international would consider playing abroad.
Kane – committed to Tottenham until 2022 after signing a new contract in December – has established himself as one of football's most prolific strikers, winning back-to-back Premier League Golden Boot awards.
The 24-year-old has scored 14 goals in all competitions for Tottenham and England this season, 13 of those coming in the month of September, and European champions Real Madrid have reportedly emerged as a possible suitor.
Preparing to captain England against Slovenia in World Cup qualifying on Thursday, Kane was asked about moving abroad and he said: "I would never say no or yes. You'd not rule out anything.
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"It's not something I definitely want to do, but you never rule anything out.
"I'm very happy here [at Tottenham], but we'll see what happens.''
European and Spanish champions Real Madrid are reportedly interested in signing Kane and ready to pay Tottenham £177m - but the north London club have insisted they will not be selling him.
Kane's England are top of Group F, five points clear of Slovakia and six ahead of Slovenia on the road to Russia 2018. Victory at Wembley tonight will clinch their place at next year's finals in Russia.