Harry Kane sends message to Spurs fans after signing new deal


Tottenham have ended speculation surrounding the future of striker Harry Kane after confirming he signed a new six-year deal with worth £15m-a-year.

Former Tottenham striker Robbie Keane is happy to see Harry Kane sign new terms.

This means the England captain could pocket as much as £10m-per-season, as Spurs tie down their star man until 2024. In his last four Premier League seasons, he has scored 105 times.

The 24-year-old will be a key man for Gareth Southgate and his squad in the World Cup in Russian Federation which gets underway next week, and with his club future now secured he will be expected to have a big tournament on the world's biggest stage.

The announcement came just two weeks after Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino signed a five-year contract, ending speculation over his future. Manager Mauricio Pochettino obviously also had a big hand to play in Kane's meteoric rise to the top and as per reports, is also extremely delighted that the player has chose to stick by his childhood club.

Born in Walthamstow, north London, Kane is a product of Spurs' academy.

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"This is going to be my first one so I'm excited, there's going to be nerves and we're going to be feeling a bit of pressure but I try and take that in my stride".

The striker has put pen to paper on a contract that will see him double his wages and extend the end-date of his stay at the club until 2024.

"The main thing is a trophy", he said. "For us as a club, it's just [about] to keep improving, and we will work hard to do that".

"I'm looking forward to the new stadium first and foremost and just to keep progressing as a Club", he said.

Club captain Hugo Lloris, Jan Vertonghen, Eric Dier, Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli are all set to be rewarded with new improved contracts and Spurs will hope to finalise those deals ahead of the 2018 World Cup, which starts on Thursday.