Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is no longer actively looking to leave the club, confirms Fabrizio Romano. His situation has ‘completely changed’ from the last year after he tried to push through a move to Manchester City in the summer of 2021.
Harry Kane Not Looking For Tottenham Hotspur Exit
Kane Happy With Changed System Under Antonio Conte
The England captain is no longer pessimistic about his future with the Lilywhites after seeing a major change in the scene at the club since the appointment of Antonio Conte as the manager as well as Italian sporting director Fabio Paratici. With Spurs now looking to be on the ascendancy under the former Chelsea manager and close to the top of the Premier League table, Kane is no longer in a rush to join another club.
There is a complete change in the attitude of the striker from what was the case a year ago. He is no longer desperate to leave the club for a new journey in his career, as the Englishman believes that Tottenham are now ready to compete for major titles under Conte.
Spurs Yet to Agree New Contract for Kane
While the 29-year-old striker is happy to stay with the Lilywhites, the club are trying to convince him to sign a long-term extension to his current contract which is set to expire in 2024. There is no verbal agreement between the forward and the club officials over a new deal, as Spurs are taking things slow when it comes to approaching this.
Romano adds that Kane’s contract extension aspect is a ‘work in progress’ and it needs to be seen how it progresses over the next few months, with the FIFA World Cup also now around the corner. The 29-year-old striker – who was called a ‘big example for his teammates’ by Conte a few months ago has started the Premier League season really well with Tottenham and helped them stay unbeaten, having won five out of their opening seven games. The Englishman has scored six goals and provided an assist in the seven appearances and is only behind Manchester City striker Erling Haaland in the Golden Boot race.
We know results haven’t been what we wanted. As a group we know what we’re about and will fight through a tough period. Full house at Wembley against Germany will be great World Cup preparation. pic.twitter.com/6S39ygd8VD
— Harry Kane (@HKane) September 24, 2022