Date:4th June 2022 at 4:00pm
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Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is happy at the club and could sign a contract extension in the near future, according to reports.

As per The Express’ Ryan Taylor, the England captain has changed his mind on wanting to leave the club and is now open to the idea of extending his stay in north London.

Kane, 28, made no secret of his desire to leave Spurs last summer, and was rumoured to be close to joining Manchester City but the Lilywhites didn’t allow him to do so.

Since then, Antonio Conte has taken charge of the club and guided them to a place in the top four, and Kane reportedly now believes in the club’s vision and is optimistic that he may be able to win silverware at the club.

City, meanwhile, opted to meet Erling Haaland’s release clause this summer having missed out on Kane a year ago, and the Norwegian striker will join up with Pep Guardiola’s side in the coming weeks.

Kane is currently on international duty with England

“I think he will. Although he angled for a move last summer, I think he’s a family man, he’s looking at the Premier League (goalscoring) record,” Taylor told GiveMeSport when quizzed on whether Kane will extend his stay.

“I don’t really see him as a player that wants to play abroad. I think he wants to stay in the Premier League his whole career.

“All the while there’s a buzz at the moment at Tottenham, because there is, we can see it from outside.

“There’s a good environment there at the moment, with the injection of cash, it feels like Tottenham are only going to get stronger.”

Kane has scored a remarkable 248 goals in 346 games for Spurs since making his debut in 2011.

 
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