Tottenham Hotspur: Pundit issues interesting Harry Kane verdict

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TalkSport pundit and former professional footballer Tony Cascarino now believes Harry Kane will put pen to paper on a new deal at Tottenham Hotspur. 

The pundit was speaking live on air following some recent comments to surface from the 28-year-old whilst on international duty.

Kane told the Daily Mail: “We really struggled at the start. Antonio [Conte] came in and we still had ups and downs. We were training really hard. Antonio had these ideas of how he wanted us to play. We were learning that as a group and getting to know him and he was getting to know us.”

Just 12 months ago, Kane’s future with Spurs looked to be under serious doubt with Manchester City showing strong interest in taking him to the Etihad Stadium.

However, with Erling Haaland now a City player, a move is now off the cards and Kane is said to be open to talks over extending his Spurs stay.

And it is apparent Cascarino believes Kane could now be set to land an improved deal to his current £200k-per-week contract. He said on TalkSPORT: “I believe he’ll sign a new contract before Christmas at Spurs.”

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It is certainly quite the comparison to this time last year when Kane was seemingly looking to leave N17 with a move to the Premier League champions seeming inevitable.

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Now just one year later, Kane is playing some of his best football under Antonio Conte, with Spurs now set to return to the Champions League.

Kane has just two years now remaining on his deal with Spurs and we think that with not many avenues appearing to be open for a move this summer and his good relationship with Conte, a new deal could be a good decision.

However, if Conte is to leave at the end of the campaign – with the Italian not known for sticking around too long at one club – we do wonder how big of an effect this could have on Kane’s satisfaction at Spurs.

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  • Jay says:

    He’s a professional and will go wherever he is sold to, but in his heart he is a Spurs Boy through and through, and I see him winning big with us before he retires.. Under Conte I really do!

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