Fabrizio Romano delivers update on Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham

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Dom Le Roy

Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has claimed that Harry Kane is likely to stay at Tottenham Hotspur beyond next summer since no club in Europe are likely to be in a position to pay the kind of realisrtic transfer fee it would take to prise the striker away from Spurs.

Kane has started the season in blistering form, having scored 16 goals and assisted 13 so far this campaign (transfermarkt.com).

The striker is arguably in the form of his life and seems to be a player reborn in the slightly deeper role he is now operating in.

He has built up a deadly strike partnership with Son Heung-min, with both players seemingly bringing the best out of each other.

The England captain is contracted to Spurs until 2024 and Romano believes that there is no prospect of him leaving North London anytime soon.

The journalist claimed that those at Tottenham are convinced that Kane will stay beyond next summer unless the club receives a substantial offer for him.

He said on CBS Soccer’s Que Golazo podcast: “What I want to say to Tottenham fans is that Harry Kane is ready to stay at Tottenham next summer.

“Talking with people around Tottenham, they say something is changing. They are close to the Champions League.

“Daniel Levy is happy with the squad. If some clubs arrive with offers of of €150million (£135m), then that could change. But no one can spend this money at the moment.

“Tottenham are totally convinced that he will stay. Kane is staying next summer.”

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The likes of Real Madrid are more likely to spend £150m-£200m on the likes of Erling Haaland or Kylian Mbappe rather than Kane given that the striker will be 28 next summer. I expect the England captain to see out the rest of his career at Spurs.

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