Harry Kane open to new Spurs deal, however with particular clauses

Harry Kane stays open to signing a brand new contract at Tottenham Hotspur with clauses, TEAMtalk can reveal.

Kane, who has three years left on his Spurs contract, requested to go away the membership this summer season looking for silverware

The England captain although noticed his hopes of a summer season transfer to Manchester Metropolis fail to materialise. That led to Kane confirming his intention to stick with the north London membership, no less than till this summer season.

Kane tweeted: “It was unbelievable to see the reception from the Spurs followers on Sunday and to learn among the messages of assist I’ve had in the previous couple of weeks.

“I can be staying at Tottenham this summer season and can be 100 per cent targeted on serving to the crew obtain success.”

TEAMtalk understands Kane, 28, turned down a proposal of a brand new contract from Spurs simply after his Euro 2020 heartbreak with England.

Spurs have maintained they’re prepared to speak, regardless of Kane’s important push for a transfer through the summer season.

Kane is known to be in search of a deal price as much as £500,000-a-week and while Tottenham would think about that, they aren’t prepared to bend on different ideas coming from the participant’s camp.


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Contract clause battle

Kane would ideally like some clauses inserted ought to he put pen-to-paper on a brand new deal. They’d not be minimal payment launch clauses although.

According to Eurosport, Kane hopes Levy will go in opposition to his regular strategies by inserting a buyout clause in any new deal.  That might permit Kane to maneuver on sooner or later with suitors figuring out his asking worth.

However TEAMtalk sources have knowledgeable us that the proposed clauses wouldn’t be payment associated, however could be primarily based round Spurs’ performances over the approaching seasons.

Nevertheless, it isn’t believed that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy would entertain enclosing any such clauses. Particularly given he already has Kane beneath contract till 2024. And that was the principle cause he wouldn’t settle for Metropolis’s summer season bids for him.

READ MORE: Tottenham have been prepared to pay club-record payment for star this summer season – report

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