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Harry Kane to receive monster contract if he remains at Tottenham to make him highest paid Premier League star

Harry Kane to receive monster contract if he remains at Tottenham to make him highest paid Premier League star

Will he remain at Tottenham?

Harry Kane is set to receive one of the biggest contracts in the history of the Premier League if he chooses to remain with Tottenham.

Kane, 29, is entering the final year of his current deal with Spurs and has given no assurances that he will extend his stay with the north London club.

Manchester United were strongly linked with the England striker earlier this summer but have turned their attention to other targets, with the Tottenham striker likely to be too expensive this summer.

Bayern Munich also want to sign Kane and on Sunday submitted a second offer for the forward of £70m plus add‑ons, after Tottenham rejected an initial bid of around £60m plus add-ons.

The Guardian claim Kane has held 'positive talks' with Kane over a move to the Bundesliga with the striker open to a new challenge.

Kane is preparing to meet new Tottenham manager Ange Postecoglou for the first time on Wednesday as they begin their pre-season preparations.

Postecoglou is hopeful of convincing Kane to remain with Spurs and sign a contract extension, and will begin setting out his vision for the team when the two meet later this week.

The Telegraph claim Kane could be offered the biggest contract in the history of Spurs to keep him at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

It is claimed that they are prepared to pay him as much as £400,000 per week to sign a new long-term deal.

That would make him the joint highest paid player in the Premier League with Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne, who also earns £400,000 per week according to Spotrac.

Asked if he had received any assurances from club chairman Daniel Levy over Kane's future, Postecoglou said: "I haven't had any assurances and I wouldn't expect any assurances, because when you're dealing with these kinds of things you're never dealing with definites or certainties.

"I just kind of go along and try to concentrate on the things I know right now. What I know right now is that Harry is part of this squad and he's looking forward to coming back to training and being amongst these players and starting to work together."

Tottenham fly to Perth on Friday night for their pre-season tour of Australia.

They face London rivals West Ham in their opening warm-up match on Tuesday before travelling to Thailand to face Leicester City on July 23.

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Topics: Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur, Transfers, Premier League, Football