I've mulled over this question for weeks and am no closer to settling on any one option. In all honesty, the question of Harry Kane's future is inextricably tied to the future of this club. Whether he stays or goes this summer drastically impacts who we'd go for as manager. If Kane stays, we simply will not have the funds to trigger a proper overhaul and whoever is in the dugout will most likely start next season with the vast majority of below par players still members of the squad. In this eventuality, we'd probably need the best coach and motivator we can possibly get to squeeze every last drop out of the current group of muppets, much like Poch did in his last full season. What strikes me most at the moment is that our general work rate, fitness and motivation are down the drain compared to other teams. We need someone who'll make the best of a bang average bunch and that for me is Graham Potter. Conversely, if Kane leaves (I personally think he will if an acceptable bid comes in), suddenly we have a huge windfall with which a proper overhaul can be actioned. And for that, we'd surely want a bigger name manager - especially without CL football on offer - to attract the best we can and use that money wisely instead of blowing it on B-grade journeymen as we did with most of the Bale money. This is where rumours of Conte or even Sarri start to make more sense.