Daniel Levy has made a huge decision on the future of Harry Kane, with reports suggesting he will not be selling the striker next summer even if he does not extend his contract.
Kane’s current contract with Tottenham runs until 2024, and there has been much speculation about the striker’s future in recent months.
He has been strongly linked with a move to Germany with Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich said to be very much interested in signing him. The German club lost their main striker Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona in the summer and are hoping to sign the Englishman as his replacement next summer.
Meanwhile, recent reports have indicated that the striker is willing to sign a new contract with Spurs but will ‘monitor’ his manager Antonio Conte’s situation first and will only pen down a new contract if the manager also stays at the club.
The Mail has now claimed that Spurs chairman has made up his decision and that ‘Levy will not contemplate’ selling the striker next summer even if he does not extend his contract at the club. The report adds that if Kane wants to leave his boyhood club, ‘he must run down his contract’ and leave on a free transfer in 2024.
However, Kane’s entire focus will now be on the World Cup. He is England’s captain and will be hoping to lead them to World Cup glory and cement his place as one of England’s greatest players. He’ll also have one eye on a personal accomplishment. If Kane wins the tournament’s top scorer award again, he will be the first player in tournament history to do so twice in a row.