Tottenham Hotspur have moved to tie down Harry Kane after the striker’s breakthrough season, with ESPN
Kane signed a new contract with Spurs in August 2014 but has since forced his way into the starting XI of Coach Mauricio Pochettino. Kane has made 32 appearances this season for the London club, scoring 18 goals, having previously been sent on loan to Leyton Orient, Millwall, Norwich City and Leicester City.
The 21-year-old was part of the Tottenham side that on Wednesday booked a place in the Capital One Cup final with a two-legged aggregate victory over Sheffield United, the tie finishing 3-2 in Spurs’ favour after a 1-0 win at the Lane and a 2-2 draw in Sheffield. Christian Eriksen scored both goals at Brammall Lane, the latter after he was set away by Kane in the final moments of the match.
Kane’s new contract is mooted to be worth in the region of £35,000 per week and extends his deal for a further 12 months, as the contract agreed in the autumn was to run until 2019. It has also been speculated that Kane is in line for an England call-up when Roy Hodgson names his squad for the Euro 2016 qualifiers.
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