Harry Kane signs new deal with Tottenham Hotspur



Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has signed a new contract with the club, extending his tenure by two years to 2024, the Premier League side said here on Friday.

This means the England captain could pocket as much as £10m-per-season, as Spurs tie down their star man until 2024.

Kane has previously been linked with moves to Manchester United and Real Madrid, but the latest agreement shows he sees his immediate future at Spurs. Manager Mauricio Pochettino obviously also had a big hand to play in Kane's meteoric rise to the top and as per reports, is also extremely delighted that the player has chose to stick by his childhood club.

Kane established himself as a first-team regular for Spurs in 2014-15 but had thoughts it would not happen during hard spells in the lower leagues.

"I think there's definitely pressure but I think that just comes with it", Kane told Sky Sports News.

This news will come as a sizable boost to supporters, just a fortnight after Mauricio Pochettino committed his long-term future to the club.

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Gary Lineker has backed Harry Kane to shoulder the dual burden of being England's World Cup captain and primary goalscorer.

"Going into the new stadium as well, a great young squad".

The 24 year-old, who scored 30 goals for Spurs in the English Premier League last season, has made 23 appearances and netted 13 goals for England since his senior debut in 2015.

"I'm obviously really excited about the World Cup coming up so it's nice to get this done before that and I'm just looking to go out there and enjoy it now", Kane added.

The England worldwide has been the star man for Spurs for the past four seasons, with his goals elevating the club to a new level, and his commitment to the cause for such a long period has delighted their supporters.

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