Harry Kane, the Tottenham Hotspur striker, has announced his willingness to sign a new contract with the Telegraph Club.
The England captain was linked with a move away from the club last summer and was on the verge of joining Manchester City, but a deal was broken in the last minutes due to his club’s refusal to lower his transfer fee.
The setback infuriated Kane because he missed the club’s pre-season and was relegated to the bench in the first games of the season, but recent reports suggest he is ready to extend his stay with the north London club because he feels Antonio Conte can help them win. awards.
Kane has not held talks with the club, with his current deal remaining two years and focused on securing Champions League qualification.
According to reports, the striker is awaiting the club’s decision regarding Conte, who is said to be keen on the club to cancel the failure of some of his goals, which could turn him away from him just as he did with Inter Milan.
Kane turns 29 in July and his signing of a fourth long-term deal since his breakthrough will boost his chances of spending his entire career at Spurs.