By Harvey Byrne

Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham is increasingly uncertain with the club agreeing to put talks of a new contract on hold, according to a report.

The Sun have claimed that both parties are at loggerheads with Spurs refusing to offer a deal in line with Kane’s England strike partners or even make him one of the highest earners at White Hart Lane.

The 23-year-old is still contracted until 2020 with the club and he earns £60,000-a-week.

However, his current deal see’s him earning less than summer signing Moussa Sissoko, who joined on a £95,000-a-week contract from relegated Newcastle.

The report also states that the young striker is on the wish-list of Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City, who will all be keen to take advantage if a situation arises between the player and club.

Kane made his debut for the team in 2011 during a Europa League clash against Hearts.

He has since made 134 appearances for the club with an impressive return of 67 goals, establishing himself as one of the side’s huge stars.

If he was to quit the club, it would cause a mass panic in the fan base with Spurs struggling with striker’s who aren’t Kane in recent history.

In other Tottenham news, as many as seven players could miss the clash against the Hammers.