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Tottenham: BBC pundit moots potential Harry Kane deal after news

Tottenham: BBC pundit moots potential Harry Kane deal after news -Tottenham Hotspur News

BBC Radio 5 Live pundit Alan Hutton has mooted a potential new deal for Harry Kane after recent news out of Tottenham Hotspur.

The Lowdown: Kane exit links…

In recent weeks, it has been reliably reported that Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich hold a serious interest in signing Spurs’ in-form striker and big name superstar.

Sky Sports reporter Gianluca Di Marzio has backed reports of Julian Nagelsmann’s side keeping tabs on Kane with his deal still set to expire in 2024.

Next summer, as things stand, he will be entering the final year of his contract and chairman Daniel Levy may have to try his upmost to get fresh terms signed by Kane or consider selling before he leaves for free.

Recently, some Tottenham news came to light on a possible new contract for Kane, with Football Insider claiming the 29-year-old agreeing terms will rest on manager Antonio Conte’s own stance over extending his stay in north London.

The Latest: Hutton moots possible Kane deal…

Speaking to FI, ex-Lilywhites defender Hutton has now mooted a possible new deal for the Englishman if Conte puts pen to paper on a new deal.

He explained:

“It doesn’t surprise me to hear that he’s waiting to see what Conte does – I’ve always said he’s an elite manager.

“Kane probably sees this as an opportunity for the club to finally go and win something. So if the manager’s tied down, why would he not want to be a part of that?

“That’s what he’s wanted his whole career with Tottenham. And with Conte, he can finally see that happening.

“If Conte signs a long-term deal then I’m pretty sure Kane will follow.”

The Verdict: Crucial few months…

These next few months will undoubtedly be crucial for the futures of both men.

Conte will want similar reassurances to Kane, that Spurs can compete for major silverware at the highest level and will be backed financially by club owners ENIC and Levy.

Starting with Newcastle today, the north Londoners must now put their recent loss to Man United behind them and gain some crucial momentum before the World Cup in Qatar.

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