Harry Kane Dismisses Transfer Speculations As Contract U-turn Suggests A Longer Stay At Tottenham

Harry Kane Dismisses Transfer Speculations As Contract U-turn Suggests A Longer Stay At Tottenham

Harry Kane has for a while been linked with a move away from north London, and he appeared to be on the verge of departing last summer amid Man City interest, but he now looks to be ready to commit his future to the club.

Harry Kane is allegedly open to signing a new deal with Tottenham Hotspur in order to commit his future to the club.

Man City tried hard for his talents last summer, and the England forward has long been linked with a move away from north London.

In anticipation of a relocation, he returned to training late for the 2021/22 season. Manchester City’s officials allegedly approached Harry Kane’s representatives in February.

Last summer, the Spurs striker came close to joining Pep Guardiola’s team in his search for a top-flight center forward.

That quest eventually led them to Erling Haaland of Borussia Dortmund, who will join the Etihad side at the conclusion of the season.

However, it now appears that Kane’s team made one more attempt to secure the England captain’s services.

Bryan Gil has spoken out about his return to Spurs after a loan spell with Valencia in Spain. Spurs may also try to sabotage Arsenal’s £60 million deal for City’s Gabriel Jesus.

Kane, on the other hand, stayed at Spurs and now appears to be destined to stay with the club for much longer.

The striker is satisfied at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, according to the Evening Standard, and would be willing to sign a new deal with the club.

According to reports, he is thrilled about the future under current manager Antonio Conte and hopes to win a title with his present club in the near future.

Kane is keeping a close eye on Conte and managing director Fabio Paratici’s conversations, which have yet to take place.

Kane’s current contract in north London expires in two years, so there’s no need to sign a new one.

Despite a sluggish start to the season, the 28-year-old is coming off another good goal-scoring season, with 27 goals in all competitions, and would be in a strong negotiation position.

His performance in the last months of the season was a big reason why Tottenham beat Arsenal to a Champions League spot next season, with their first return to Europe’s top table in three seasons being orchestrated by manager Conte.

Kane has been quite appreciative of the Italian’s influence on north London, and he has expressed his desire that the lucrative partnership may continue in the future.

“Antonio is a pretty fantastic manager, and I’m really enjoying working with him.” he told FourFourTwo

“He simply adds a lot of energy, emotion, and enthusiasm to training and games, and it makes you want to work. You want to put in long hours for him and run for him.”

Despite the fact that Kane’s domestic season in 2021-22 has ended, the Spurs attacker still has work to do this summer.

For the forthcoming Nations League matches, he has been included in Gareth Southgate’s England team.

Throughout June, the Three Lions will face Hungary, Germany, and Italy, with Kane hoping to get even closer to becoming the team’s all-time leading scorer.

With 49 goals, he is presently tied for second place with Bobby Charlton. Wayne Rooney of Manchester United is only four goals ahead.

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