Kane’s poor performances at the Euros raised questions over his price tag, claims former Premier League forward Marcus Bent.

Following a demanding year of football, which saw Harry Kane win the Premier League golden boot and top the assists chart, the striker entered this summer with uncertainty over his future at Tottenham Hotspur.

The 28-year-old played every game for England at the European Championships, scoring four goals, all in the knockout stages, to help England reach the final.

However, Kane was often criticised for his performances and lack of energy throughout the tournament, especially during the group stages.

Manchester City reportedly prepared a £150million bid for Tottenham’s star man before he decided to stay at Spurs, which is why former Everton striker Marcus Bent called his price tag into question.

“He didn’t hit it on fire [in the Euros]. There were questions about it and the price tag on his head,” he said.

“I was questioning it. I was like ‘Are these teams Real Madrid, Barcelona, Man City, are they still going to be in for him?’ He wasn’t moving well, his touch wasn’t right and he wasn’t scoring goals.”

Kane revealed on Twitter on Wednesday morning that his future at the north London club has been decided and that he wants to stay with Tottenham this summer.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy repeatedly expressed his desire for the three-time golden boot winner to stay with Spurs, despite Kane insisting that he wants to leave.