Daniel Levy sent demand
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy needs to open the chequebook now and hand Harry Kane a new lucrative contract to keep him at the club, according to former Spurs defender Alan Hutton.
Kane still has several years left on his current deal, but the striker sparked speculation over his future last summer when he admitted that leaving his boyhood club was a possibility if they didn’t start winning trophies.
Talks have reportedly already begun over a new deal for the England captain, but Hutton believes there’s a small matter of urgency to get a contract signed before the summer.
“Obviously people like Man City, I’ve heard, that are swooping, £90million and things like that, so the last thing Tottenham want is to lose Harry Kane,” he told Football Insider.
“Tottenham are going to have to step up and give him a deal that he sees suitable to remain there probably for the rest of his career.”