Several of Europe’s elite teams believe Tottenham Hotspur won’t let Harry Kane go this summer as easily as it may look.
After the 2022–23 season ends, when Kane’s contract with Spurs expires, he must discuss his future with the club’s bosses.
Tottenham entered the season with high expectations, but the season ended in huge disappointment as they finished eighth in the Premier League, their lowest position since 2008/09, and were knocked out in the first round of three cup tournaments.
Kane, who willed his way to 30 Premier League goals, his joint-highest total, and became both Tottenham and England’s all-time leading scorer, and was one of Spurs’ only players to perform beyond all expectations this season.
It’s rumoured that Spanish giants Real Madrid may also try their luck with Kane should they decide to part ways with Karim Benzema this summer. With the hiring of Mauricio Pochettino as the Spurs’ new manager, Tottenham is also expecting rivals Chelsea to enter the competition for their star player.
With just under a year left on his contract with the North London club, it’s thought that Tottenham will desire more than £100 million for Kane. However, it’s been reported that big boss Daniel Levy is now re-thinking his decision about allowing Kane to leave for such a “small sum”, which is why an asking price sum has not been made public just yet.
If Kane stays at Tottenham for one more year, he will be free to leave the club in the summer of 2024 if a new agreement is not reached between the two parties.