Tottenham are set to open talks with Harry Kane about signing a new long-term contract at the club, according to Fichajes journalist Ekrem Konur.
Kane pushed to leave Spurs last summer with Manchester City his preferred destination, but failed to see a move materialise (Sky Sports).
He also reportedly turned down the offer of a contract extension after his stay in North London was confirmed (The Athletic), but the England captain’s position now looks to be much clearer and settled.
Konur reports Spurs are hoping to get talks underway to extend Kane’s contract, with a four-year deal until 2026 currently in their plans.
Kane currently has two years remaining on his active deal (Transfermarkt) which he signed all the way back in June 2018 ahead of the World Cup, where he won the Golden Boot.
The news comes after the Evening Standard reported the 28-year-old is now content with life at Tottenham with Antonio Conte at the helm and hopes to fulfil his dream of bringing silverware back to N17.
— Ekrem KONUR (@Ekremkonur) May 26, 2022
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Tying down Kane for another four years would be a massive move for Tottenham and bring an end to the transfer speculation for good.
The club bringing in Conte seems to have really changed his outlook and position about his future as things at Spurs are a lot more positive as it stands.
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