Harry Kane will likely stay at Tottenham until next summer at least but wants Antonio Conte to be backed in the transfer market, according to the Evening Standard.
Kane is expected to make a decision regarding his future at the end of the season, but Spurs are confident the England captain will commit himself to the club (The Times).
Meanwhile, with Manchester City’s chase for Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland having reached a conclusion, it has reduced his options to secure a move away from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to another Premier League side.
The Evening Standard has reinforced Spurs’ confidence in keeping hold of Kane for at least another year, but he wants Daniel Levy to ensure the Italian is given enough funds to improve his squad.
Tottenham are embroiled in a battle with rivals Arsenal to qualify for the Champions League which is set to go down to the wire ahead of Thursday’s crucial north London derby.
As such, the report adds that Spurs making a potential return to the European competition will also be a factor influencing Kane’s decision to stay in N17.
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Kane’s options seem to be becoming more limited especially with Haaland moving to Man City, so it looks like he could stay at Spurs for a little longer at least.
But Spurs need to make sure they support Conte this summer as Kane is clearly a fan of his work and believes he can lead the club to success.
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