Tottenham Hotspur could soon offer Harry Kane a new contract amid reports linking him with an exit…
“He could score a lot in the Bundesliga. I don’t know the price, but it’s really tough for Bayern Munich. We’ll see what happens in the future,” he claimed (via the Daily Mail).
“Understand Spurs are yet to offer Harry Kane a new contract but the offer is expected to come and he is open to talks.
“A piece on that and Kane and Son’s huge part in [Antonio] Conte’s plans & why their happiness behind the scenes is crucial to a huge season ahead.”
After last summer’s nightmare surrounding Kane and Manchester City, you could forgive some members of the Tottenham faithful for thinking that another difficult saga is about to happen, with Bayern in desperate need to replace Robert Lewandowski.
However, this update from the ever-reliable Gold should alleviate fears as it seems as if chairman Daniel Levy and sporting director Fabio Paratici will look to tie down the 28-year-old talisman for the foreseeable future.
Kane could well end his playing career, at least in England, at Spurs, having risen through the academy ranks to being a key figure for club and country. Indeed, he has topped the goalscoring charts in north London in each of the last eight seasons.
The journalist also claims that Kane features as a “huge part” of Conte’s plans at the club and it’s easy to see why, given the Italian’s previous praise of the striker.
“Harry, in the past, in the games that he didn’t score, I liked his performance,” Conte said (via the Independent). “Harry is a player who’s scored a lot in the past as a number nine.
“But what we can appreciate – me and the whole team – is his attitude and commitment for the whole team. I think this is the most important thing for us.”
Whilst back in 2017, during his time at Chelsea, the 52-year-old claimed that Kane was “one of the best strikers in the world” and that he is the “complete player.”
Therefore, those around the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium must be absolutely delighted with this development, as they should expect Kane to remain in north London for the next few years at least.
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