Fabrizio Romano delivers a positive update on Harry Kane’s Spurs future

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Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Harry Kane has not asked to leave Tottenham Hotspur in the summer, with the striker aware that the club are prepared to offer him a new contract.

Kane’s future has been subject to a lot of speculation over recent weeks, particularly since Tottenham have continued to struggle for form in the Premier League.

The striker is reportedly on the radar of both Manchester United and Manchester City (Daily Mail), while Mauricio Pochettino is said to be keen to bring him to Paris Saint-Germain in the summer (Daily Mirror).

Meanwhile, AS have suggested that Kane is desperate to win trophies and will push for a move away from Spurs in the summer if the club fails to qualify for next season’s Champions League.

However, Romano has said that the 27-year-old has made no such declaration to the club as of yet and is prepared to await a contract offer from the North Londoners.

When asked about the speculation surrounding Kane’s future, Romano told Here We Go Podcast: “At the moment, he has never asked to leave Tottenham – never.

“He knows that Tottenham are prepared to offer him a new contract if he stays this summer. They know that he has two years left and they have to deal with him to find an agreement for a new contract.

“At the moment they are not negotiating yet, but if Harry Kane will stay this summer, they will be prepared to offer him a new contract.”

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Kane would actually still have three years left on his contract with Spurs at the end of the season and not two as Romano suggests. However, if we fail to win silverware this season and do not qualify for next season’s Champions League, one would presume that Kane will run out of patience and demand a transfer.

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