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Tottenham to offer Harry Kane a new contract to fend off Bayern Munich interest

The Lilywhites are keen to build their side around the talismanic striker

Tottenham are ready to offer star man Harry Kane a new contract in the coming months, with the Englishman thought to be ‘open’ to talks, amid interest from Bayern Munich.

Kane was set on a departure last summer, but ultimately a move to Manchester City did not materialise as Daniel Levy held out for £150m for his star man, which Pep Guardiola was unwilling to match.

Having now signed Erling Haaland, that door is seemingly closed for a move to Manchester, but one concrete suitor is Bayern Munich, who have identified the Spurs man as a potential future addition in Bavaria.

Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn revealed that “He is under contract at Tottenham. Sure, an absolute top striker, but that’s all a dream of the future. So let’s see what happens.”

Meanwhile, reports suggest that Chelsea are also interested, but that it would be a difficult deal to complete with Tottenham unwilling to strengthen a direct rival, less still a London rival.

Tottenham to offer Kane a new deal

However, Kane has seemingly changed his mind over his future following the arrival of Antonio Conte, telling Spurs TV in preseason that ‘there’s a lot to go on but the squad looks great. Everyone is moving in the right direction and there’s a really good feeling amongst the fans and amongst us so it’s down to us now and start the season well.’

‘Spurs are yet to offer Harry Kane a new contract but the offer is expected to come and he is open to talks’, report Football.London.

Should he sign a new deal, he would likely spend his entire career in north London, with the current deal already keeping him with the Lilywhites until he is 32 years-old and any extension keeping him further.

Whether Silverware comes under Conte is likely to be a key facet as to whether or not he decides to sign a new contract, however.


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Ben Browning

Football writer and analyst. Long-time writer of all things Arsenal and avid watcher of European football. Happy to discuss all things football over on Twitter.

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