The Daily Mail have claimed that Tottenham Hotspur will not sell Harry Kane next summer even if he does not sign a new contract. 

Kane’s current deal at Tottenham runs until 2024 (Transfermarkt) and there has been plenty of speculation regarding the striker’s future over recent months.

Harry Kane

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Reports in England have indicated that the striker is open to starting talks with the Lilywhites regarding a new deal when the time is right (Ben Jacobs).

However, German publications continue to link the England captain with a move to Bayern Munich next summer, with the 29-year-old alleged to be the Bundesliga giant’s number-one centre-forward target (TZ).

The Mail have now suggested that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy will not contemplate selling Kane under any circumstances, even if the striker does not sign a contract extension. 

The report adds that if the 29-year-old wants to leave his boyhood club, he would have to run down his contract and leave on a free in the summer of 2024.

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Kane’s future at Spurs rests entirely on how successful or otherwise Antonio Conte’s project proves to be. I remain confident that the England captain will sign a new deal as long as Conte himself commits his future to the club as he has clearly fully bought into the Italian’s ideas, just as the rest of the squad.

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