Journalist claims Tottenham star remains ‘open-minded’ about his future

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Journalist Dean Jones has claimed that Harry Kane remains open-minded about his future but the striker could sign a new contract at Tottenham over the coming months.

Kane has less than two years left on his contract with Spurs (Transfermarkt) and there has been plenty of speculation linking him with a move to Bayern Munich over the past couple of months.

Florian Plettenberg told Sky Sports Football Daily last week that he is ‘totally convinced’ the Tottenham man will be a ‘very very hot topic’ at Bayern during next summer’s transfer window.

The journalist further added that there has been ‘definite’ contact between the Bundesliga giants and the England captain’s agent and brother, Charlie Kane, regarding a potential switch to the Allianz Arena.

However, Fabrizio Romano subsequently told CaughtOffside that despite Bayern’s desire to sign the 29-year-old, the North London club are ‘relaxed’ about the player’s future.

Jones has now suggested that Kane is fully focussed on doing well for Spurs and that he has not made a final decision on his future.

The journalist told GiveMeSport: “Kane is open-minded about the future, but first and foremost, he is focused on Spurs.

“It’s certainly not out of the question that he would sign a new contract with Spurs, but at the same time, there is no harm for his representatives to be in touch with other clubs like Bayern, in case that time suddenly comes when he needs a transfer.”

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Kane’s decision on whether to commit his future to the club will likely depend on how we get on this season. If we show signs of competing at the top end of the Premier League, I do believe that the 29-year-old would be willing to put pen to paper on a new deal.

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