Tottenham Hotspur will look to commence contract talks with Harry Kane once they have extended Heung-min Son’s deal, according to Italian football journalist Fabrizio Romano during his appearance on The Last Word on Spurs podcast (14/1 – 12:04).
Kane is under contract in North London until the summer of 2024 following the six-year deal he signed back in 2018 which sees him take home £200,000-a-week plus bonuses (Guardian).
Romano told The Last Word on Spurs podcast (14/1 – 10:03) that Tottenham are already in talks with Heung-min Son and are very close to getting the South Korean to commit his future to the club on a new five or six-year contract.
He also claimed that Spurs are relaxed over Kane’s contract situation and have no fear of him leaving in the summer due to the fact that many clubs are unable to pay high transfer fees as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Kane is said to be happy at the club under Jose Mourinho and talks could begin at some point later this year.
The Spurs striker was linked with a £200million move to Manchester United during the summer transfer window, only for a deal to fail to materialise (Daily Mail).
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