Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has admitted that he has not yet held any discussions with the north London club regarding his future and there are no plans to either.
Kane’s current contract runs until 2022, and while there is plenty of time to discuss an improved deal, his boss Mauricio Pochettino wants to ensure the 30 goal hitman is looked after.
Rumours had been swirling that Kane was on the brink of signing a new contract that would see him earn £200,000 a week.
However, “No,” was the response the striker gave in The Sun when asked if talks were ongoing, and added that he was unsure of any plans to negotiate in the future.
There have been suggestions elsewhere that Spurs’ star man could earn considerably more if he were to move on from Tottenham.
Although questions surrounding the 24-year-old’s tenure at Tottenham continue to linger, Kane himself has shown no desire of wanting to quit the club, and while the goals continue to go in for the England international forward, it would seem he is happy to stay.
Having said that, the Lilywhites are currently in a battle for the Premier Leagues’ coveted fourth place Champions League spot, along with Liverpool and Arsenal, and risk losing out.
When the striker was asked the question about what it would take to make him stay in north London, he said in the Telegraph: “I’ve always said: keep progressing, keep getting better, start winning trophies. That’s the aim, as long as the club keep doing that then, yeah I’m happy here.”
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