The Tottenham fans in the Transfer Tavern are desperate for Harry Kane to stay at Tottenham for the entirety of his career…
Despite being just 24-years-old, Kane is already a legend at the club, and over the last year or so, he has turned into one of Europe’s most potent forwards.
This year already he has bagged 6 league goals, and given that he has ruled the Premier League roost for the best part of two seasons, it’s clear just how important he is to his club.
Fortunately, then, it’ll come as good news for the Tottenham fans in the Transfer Tavern to hear reports from the Gambling Times suggesting that Tottenham are confident that he’ll still be at the club next season. According to the Gambling Times, Tottenham aren’t concerned that he may leave, and are even said to be open to holding initial talks over a fresh deal for the Englishman in an effort to ensure that he remains a Spurs player.
Of course, his fine form was always going to generate suitors, but the club are clearly keen to ensure that nobody else gets to enjoy the fruits of their labour.
He currently earns around £100,000-per-week, which is a relatively small sum when you consider how much a few of Europe’s biggest clubs are paying out in the modern era.
Having first joined Tottenham back in 2004, Kane’s story really is one of success, and as the Tottenham fans so often sing – he is one of their own.
He’s a real fan favourite in the pub, with one Tottenham fan even claiming that a Tavern ale should be named after him.
Keeping hold of Harry Kane should be priority number one for Tottenham.
He’s their most important player, and to lose him would be a disaster. He is simply impossible to replace.
Being confident is all well and good, but they need to make sure that his future is secured, and if a new deal is required, then so be it. He will be worth every penny.
Tottenham fans – thoughts?
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