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.’

And, a new deal is well in the works, which would see Kane extend his current contract which is set to expire in 2026, as Tottenham look to build their future around the Englishman and Heung-Min Son.

‘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

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