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Tottenham talisman Harry Kane ‘OPEN to signing new contract’ with Antonio Conte also set to stay

Daily Mail Online

Harry Kane is reportedly ready to discuss extending his stay at Tottenham after becoming happy with the direction the club is heading in.

The 28-year-old tried to force through a move to Manchester City last summer after falling short once again in his quest to win a major trophy, with the forward failing to report back for pre-season training on time last summer.

A move to the Etihad never materialised and saw Kane reluctantly stay at White Hart Lane. However, with Antonio Conte at the helm, Spurs were able to secure Champions League football for next season and the forward is reportedly increasingly hopeful he can end his wait to win some silverware.

Harry Kane (left) is reportedly ready to discuss signing a new contract with Tottenham Harry Kane (left) is reportedly ready to discuss signing a new contract with Tottenham

Harry Kane (left) is reportedly ready to discuss signing a new contract with Tottenham

Reports claim Kane (right) is excited about the future at Spurs under boss Antonio Conte (left) Reports claim Kane (right) is excited about the future at Spurs under boss Antonio Conte (left)

Reports claim Kane (right) is excited about the future at Spurs under boss Antonio Conte (left)

And with the future looking bright in north London, Kane is now open to discussing a new contract with Spurs, according to the Evening Standard.

Kane has two years left to run on his current Spurs deal and is yet to hold talks over a new contract.

The report goes on to claim that Kane is waiting to discover the outcome of Conte’s crunch talks with the club over his future as manager, but provided the Italian is happy that his ambition is being matched, Kane will entertain talks once he returns for pre-season training.

Tottenham’s owners ENIC pumped £150million of capital into the club on Tuesday, which will come as a huge boost to Conte – who has demanded to be backed in the summer window – and is now likely to stay on as manager.

The news will come as a huge boost to Spurs chairman Daniel Levy, who refused to sell the striker to Manchester City last summer The news will come as a huge boost to Spurs chairman Daniel Levy, who refused to sell the striker to Manchester City last summer

Read more – Daily Mail Online

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