Tottenham confident Harry Kane will agree long-term deal

Tottenham confident Harry Kane will agree long-term deal

Tottenham confident Harry Kane will agree long-term deal

According to media reports, Kane's new deal now sees him earning as much as £200,000 a week including further bonuses, which nearly doubles his previous deal.

Indeed, it's reported that his weekly wage will be somewhere near the £200,000 mark once all relevant bonuses are chucked in.

With some help from Opta, we look at how Kane's performances and prolific returns sit alongside with the greats of the game and within Premier League history.

Kane came through the youth system at White Hart Lane, and after a series of loan spells to gain experience and increase his development, he made his Tottenham debut in the Europa League against Hearts in August 2011.

You can bet he is determined to score the first goal at Spurs' new stadium.

The striker has been named in the PFA Premier League Team of the Year for the last four seasons.

Kane's decision to sign the new deal comes after manager Mauricio Pochettino put pen to paper on a contract that keeps him in North London until 2023.

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"I'm really excited, it's a proud day".

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.

Instead, Kane is set to continue on his path at Spurs, having previously aired his desire to break Alan Shearer's record of 260 Premier League goals.

An incredible 13 goals for Spurs and England arrived in September alone, matching the best one-month tallies of Messi (March 2012) and Ronaldo (2010).

"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".

Now Tottenham have a forward who has scored at least 25 goals in the Premier League alone in each of his last three seasons.

He is a global star whose status has only been enhanced by the fact he will captain England at the World Cup, yet he has also remained incredibly grounded and approachable and is constantly seeking to improve himself.

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