So often this season has the Transfer Tavern suddenly broken into a rousing rendition of ‘He’s one of our own, he’s one of our own, Harry Kane, he’s one of our own.’
Such is the nature of the England star’s form, he’s emerged as one of the most lethal marksmen in the Premier League and a shining hope for England heading into Euro 2016.
Despite being undoubtedly the star man at White Hart Lane, the 22-year old forward has been linked with blockbuster moves to the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea and Real Madrid following a series of Herculean exploits over the past 18 months or so.
It will reportedly make the academy graduate the club’s highest ever paid player, doubling his current £50,000 a week salary.
He only penned a new five-year deal last February, though his meteoric rise coupled with qualification for the Champions League are said to have ushered the club into making a record breaking offer.
How far can Spurs go with Kane spearheading the attack? Will they win a Premier League title together?
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