Kane & Spurs contract talks stall?

Harry Kane and Spurs have agreed to put all talks over a new contract on hold.

The England striker’s future is increasingly uncertain as the two parties are at loggerheads.

The striker is paid £35,000-a-week LESS than new boy Moussa Sissoko and
Tottenham are refusing to offer a deal in line with Kane’s England strike partners or even make him one of the highest earners at White Hart Lane.

No date has been set for the talks to resume with chairman Daniel Levy but it will be another massive worry for Spurs supporters following Hugo Lloris’ failure to agree fresh terms.

Kane, 23, is one of the hottest properties in European football and on the wish-list of Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City.

He is contracted until 2020 and currently earns £60,000 per week.

There is a feeling at White Hart Lane that Kane’s loyalty is being tested, especially with the club offering Moussa Sissoko £95,000 a week to sign from Newcastle in the summer.


The player has not been directly involved in the talks as he has remained focused on gaining full fitness after a two-month lay-off with an ankle problem.

Kane, an unused sub in England’s 3-0 win over Scotland on Friday, will not face Spain in tomorrow’s friendly as he has been sent back to Spurs to focus on his fitness.

(The Sun)

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