Report provides update on Harry Kane’s willingness to sign new Spurs deal

Tottenham Hotspur could be set for disappointment when it comes to the future of Harry Kane, after sources claim the striker is not keen on signing a new deal with the club amid interest from Manchester United.

Kane has been with Tottenham his whole career, save for a handful of loan spells in his earlier playing days.

The 29-year-old has amassed 272 goals in 426 appearances for the Lilywhites (Transfermarkt), making him the club’s all-time leading goalscorer (GOAL).

Harry Kane
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Despite enjoying a prolific season individually this year, with 24 goals in all competitions for Spurs (Transfermarkt), Kane will be finishing the campaign without a trophy once more.

There is every chance the club may even miss out on the top four, which could further impact Kane’s future at Spurs.

Manchester United have been linked with a move for Kane for months now (Telegraph).

Apparently, staff at Old Trafford have been feeding manager Erik ten Hag reports on Kane with a view to making a move for the England captain in the summer (The Athletic).

Kane has just over a year left on his current contract at Spurs. Despite this, there has reportedly been no progress made in attempts to get the player to sign a new deal (Telegraph).

Now, the latest from Football Insider sources suggests Spurs may have a challenge on their hands as Kane is reluctant to commit to the club.

This reluctance has been exacerbated by the current circumstances at the club, with manager Antonio Conte leaving, and managing director of football Fabio Paratici being banned.

Spurs Web Opinion

Could we really blame Harry Kane for wanting to leave the club?

He has given everything to the cause, and all he’s gotten in return is disappointment as the club continually makes a mess of things.

If we keep hold of Kane in the summer it will be a miracle at this point.

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