Tottenham Hotspur will only discuss Harry Kane contract renewal this summer
According an exclusive report from 90min.com, Tottenham Hotspur have made it clear to Harry Kane and his representatives that the only deal they are willing to discuss this summer is a contract extension.
Kane’s future has become a subject of speculation as we near the summer transfer window. Clubs from England and across Europe, such as Manchester City, Manchester United, Real Madrid, PSG are all lining up to sign the England international at the end of the season. (h/t 90min.com)
It is also said that the 27-year-old has grown frustrated over the lack of progress that has been shown by the club over the past couple of years. The potential lack of Champions League football for a second season in a row and the inability to challenge for the Premier League title have left him annoyed.
However, despite his frustrations, Tottenham have made it clear to the striker as well as his representatives that they will not be entertaining any offers for Kane. If anything, the club would be open to discussing a contract renewal with the England captain. (h/t 90min.com)
Kane is currently tied down to the club till the summer of 2024. However, talks of him signing a new deal with an increase on his current £200,000-a-week deal have been going on for a while.
And it may be so that a new deal is signed given as chairman Daniel Levy has informed his entourage that even an offer of £150m was to come, it would be rejected. The chairman, however, is said to have assured Kane that things will get better at Tottenham.
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Having seen how Levy operates, we can expect him to dig his heels in and do everything in the club’s power to try and convince Kane to stay. But the same efforts also need to be matched on the pitch as well. A win in the Carabao Cup finals and a top-four finish could just prove to be enough for the Englishman to prolong his stay at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.