Italian football journalist Fabrizio Romano has claimed that Harry Kane has no intention of signing a contract extension at Tottenham Hotspur.
The Spurs striker still has three years to run on his current deal in North London and is not interested in discussing any offer which may be tabled due to the fact that he wants to play Champions League football next season.
Kane has not featured in European football’s most prestigious club competition since heartbreak suffered in Madrid against Liverpool in 2019 and now faces a second successive campaign of not playing in the tournament if he remains in North London with Spurs set to take part in the inaugural UEFA Europa Conference League next season.
The 27-year-old had yet another remarkable season on a personal level having scored 33 goals in 49 appearances in all competitions, including winning the Premier League golden boot.
Kane admitted in an interview with The Overlap that he hopes to have a discussion with chairman Daniel Levy about his future.
Romano wrote in his column for Benchwarmers: “The situation is different for Harry Kane, who has publicly expressed his desire to leave Tottenham.
“The striker wants to leave and he has already communicated it to the club, he has no intention of listening to proposals for a new contract because he wants to play the Champions League right away.
“Tottenham president Daniel Levy continues to have no plans to negotiate for Kane, a very tough position also as Harry still has a two-year contract.”
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