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Harry Kane Set For Spurs U-Turn As Harry Kane Makes Plans Clear

Declan Hoskins

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Harry Kane Set For Spurs U-Turn As Harry Kane Makes Plans Clear

Tottenham star Harry Kane is set to undergo talks and secure a new deal with the club. 

The final day of the season saw Kane help Spurs with a goal in their 5-0 win over already-relegated Norwich. It also ensured Tottenham would secure Champions League football for the first time in two seasons, ahead of fifth-placed Arsenal.

Tottenham bosses have been keen for Kane to sign a new deal since last summer, after a tumultuous period in the transfer window that saw Manchester City vying for the England skipper's signature.

The Evening Standard reports that Kane now has clarity regarding the Antonio Conte situation, and Champions League qualification has offered assurances towards the direction and ambition of the club.

At the beginning of the campaign, Kane fell short of the expectations he has created for himself at Spurs, only netting 4 goals between August and December. He struggled to adapt to former-manager Nuno Espirito Santo’s tactics and felt the club was regressing in its ambition to win trophies and challenge in the league.

However, since Conte’s revival of Tottenham, he now sits with 17 goals and 9 assists in the 21/22 season, finishing fourth in the Golden Boot race. The belief Conte has brought with him in by delivering the Champions League has impressed Kane and with two years to go on his current deal, Spurs will want to ensure Kane is central to this project.

Spurs are well aware of the need to keep their talisman and have seen the owners ENIC announce a £150M capital injection to help fund transfers and revamp the squad this summer.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Tottenham Hotspur, Harry Kane, Transfers, Antonio Conte

Declan Hoskins
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