Tottenham striker Harry Kane has signed a five-and-a-half-year deal with the London outfit, following an impressive breakthrough season at White Hart Lane, reports Sky Sports.
The 21-year-old took hit tally to 20 goals in all competitions this season for Spurs, and has since become one of the Londoners’ most important players. Kane’s form in the Europa League led to manager Mauricio Pochettino to give him minutes in the Premier League, and the England U21 international took his chance with both hands.
His new deal with keep him at Tottenham past 2020, and it’s clear how much belief the club have in the youngster. Former manager Tim Sherwood introduced him to the first-team on a more regular basis initially, and Kane has since gone from strength to strength.
He’s helped the club to the Capital One Cup final, which presents the Lilywhites with a chance at silverware should they beat Chelsea at Wembley, and Kane has scored some vital goals against stellar opponents as his confidence continues to rise. He’s kept the likes of Roberto Soldado and Emmanuel Adebayor out on merit this season, spearheading the attack on his own.
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