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Tottenham wants new Harry Kane contract until 2027

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Tottenham Hotspurs will try to convince Harry Kane to sign a new deal at the club that will keep him until 2027. The England international will turn 29 next month but is still yet to win a trophy for the club.

Many expected Kane to sign for Manchester City last summer but that deal didn’t go through. Lilywhites chairman Daniel Levy refused to agree to a transfer fee south of £150m for Kane. Although now, the blue side of Manchester acquired Erling Haaland, one of the hottest strikers in Europe currently.

Now, according to Tuttomercato journalist Marco Conterio, Tottenham are now keen to extend Kane’s terms, with the striker’s current deal due to expire in the summer of 2024.

Kane on improvement of Tottenham after Conte’s arrival

Harry Kane previously dropped hints about staying as long as Conte will be in charge of the club. He told Evening Standard:

“There is still a lot of work to do. I think the improvement has definitely been there since the gaffer came in to where we are now.”

“It shows it can be done in a short space of time, but obviously we will see what happens over the summer and look forward to the next season with a great manager. Hopefully we’ve learnt a lot since he’s been here.”

“I have no idea [about Conte’s future] to be honest, that is his decision. But he has worked really hard while he has been here, he’s a great guy, a really passionate man so whatever his decision is you have to respect it. But for sure I am enjoying it and I know the boys are enjoying working with him.”

“I have said I am a big fan of his and we get on really well so of course it would be great for the club if he stays. But like I have said that is his decision, he’s his own man, and I’m sure he will talk to the club and decide on his future. From our point of view we are all enjoying working with him.”

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