CBS Sports reporter Ben Jacobs has revealed that Harry Kane remains open to signing a new contract at Tottenham Hotspur if the club manage to qualify for the Champions League.

The reports coming out over the last few days have suggested that Spurs remain determined to hold on to Kane once again this summer.

Harry Kane

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Sky Sports suggested on Tuesday that the Lilywhites have no intention of letting their star striker leave irrespective of whether he puts pen to paper on a new deal ahead of next season.

The publication added that the North London club are prepared for the eventuality of the 29-year-old’s future being unresolved heading into the January window.

Meanwhile, Fabrizio Romano said on his YouTube channel earlier this week that Spurs remain determined to tie Kane down to a new contract and that the club’s hierarchy want to make the England captain the face of their project moving forward.

Jacobs has now talked up the striker’s chances of committing his future to Spurs if they finish in the top four this season.

The journalist told GiveMeSport: “There are huge challenges for any suitor looking to prise Kane away from Spurs because, at the moment, the player would still love it if they can qualify for Champions League football and he can extend his contract.

“Daniel Levy really doesn’t want to sell and the price is going to be high should a sale ever happen.”

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Given that Manchester United are the only realistic destination for Kane if he is to leave Spurs this summer, I can see why the North Londoners would be confident of tying him down to a new deal if they finish in the top four.

Unless United finish comfortably above us in the table and closer to the top two, I do not see why the 29-year-old would be desperate to move to Old Trafford.

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