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Tottenham Hotspur: Alasdair Gold drops promising Harry Kane contract verdict

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Alasdair Gold believes there is a good chance Harry Kane will see out his career with Tottenham Hotspur, despite recent reports. 

The reliable Spurs reporter has been discussing the latest batch of rumours linking the 28-year-old with a potential move away on his YouTube channel.

According to reports, Bayern Munich are showing a lot of interest in bringing the England captain to the Bundesliga to replace Robert Lewandowski.

And Bayern manager Julian Nagelsmann has spoken about a potential switch happening, which saw Antonio Conte hit back at the 35-year-old manager at the weekend.

Despite the reports, Gold believes Kane is in a good place with the Lilywhites and would not be surprised to see him extend his stay and see out his career before perhaps moving to America to explore other options.

He said: “My personal opinion is I think at this point, as long as everything goes the way we want it to go at Tottenham Hotspur, I think perhaps he sees out his career at Tottenham and then goes to do stuff in America.

“And like I’ve said before, the talk was always that from people around Harry Kane was if he was happy with the way things are going, they will be absolutely open to discussing a new deal in pre-season or the start of the season.

“So I wouldn’t be too shocked if that happens as well, because he is clearly very happy. And he’s happy with what the club have done in terms of transfers.”

TIF Thoughts on Gold’s comments…

This time last year, it seems as if Kane was headed for the exit doors in N17, with Manchester City believed to be where he wanted to play his football.

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However, the striker’s attitude now seems to be a whole lot more positive at Spurs, with Kane said to be excited about the upcoming season under Conte.

And with such a bright start to the summer window, we find it hard to see Conte being willing to undo all that progress by allowing Kane to leave.

With that in mind, the striker is closing in on 30 years of age now, and with two years left on his deal, perhaps he could be ready to sign a new deal with the Lilywhites.

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