Harry Kane ‘increasingly likely’ to stay at Tottenham this season

As per Sky Sports News, it is understood that Harry Kane is looking ‘increasingly likely’ to stay at Tottenham this season.

This is despite the news that Tottenham have accepted an €100m plus bid from Bayern Munich for the England captain– subsequently leaving the final decision down Kane himself as to whether he makes the move to the Bundesliga champions or not.

Although the situation is still ongoing and now final decision has been made, the 30-year-old was previously said wanted the situation surrounding his future to be resolved prior to Spurs’ opening Premier League fixture against Brentford this Sunday. was to be leaning towards staying at his boyhood side should the deal not be completed before this match

Furthermore, the striker has been understood to be enjoying life at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium under new head coach Ange Postecoglou, and has been leaning towards staying at his boyhood side. However, this was said to be the case prior to Bayern’s bid being accepted, and his current stance on the situation is not yet known.

The Lilywhites are keen on signing their club-record goal scorer on a new contract, but, with talks currently not progressing on new terms and his current deal set to expire in June 2024, they have been considering sanctioning the Englishman’s sale- as they are reluctant not to let him depart on a free transfer next summer.

The Bavarian’s long-standing interest in Kane comes following his impressive performances throughout last season, where he scored 32 goals and provided five assists in 49 appearances in all competitions- however, this was only enough to secure The Lilywhites an eighth place finish in the Premier League table- their worst since the 2008/09 season.

Whether it be with or without their star striker, Postecoglou and his new side will have their first league game of the season Sunday August 13, as Spurs will travel to the Gtech community stadium to face Thomas Frank’s Brentford.

Travis Levison | Get Football

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