The England international struggled to hit the heights expected at Euro 2016, failing to score in four appearances before the Three Lions’ shock elimination at the hands of Iceland.
Nonetheless, the 22-year-old remains an essential member of the Spurs’ starting Xi, bagging 28 goals across all competitions and 25 in the Premier League to finish up as the division’s top scorer.
Kane has often been linked with a move away from White Hart Lane, most particularly regarding a big-money transfer to Manchester United.
But talks over a new deal in north London were instigated towards the end of last season and they appear to have reached a positive conclusion, with the 6 foot 2 striker set to pen fresh terms this week.
Kane’s new contract will see him take home a club-record £5million for each of the next five seasons, worth a whopping £25million in total.