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Harry Kane signs new deal with Tottenham Hotspur

Harry Kane signs new deal with Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham legend Gary Lineker believes that Harry Kane will rise to the occasion this summer and "relish" captaining England at the World Cup. In fact, in the last 12 months he has struck 30 times in the top flight, while netting another 16 times for club and country.

Like Lineker before him, Kane has gone from being a prolific Tottenham striker to his country's most feared threat on the worldwide stage.

Harry Kane has signed a new deal with Tottenham Hotspur.

Tieing down Pochettino and now Kane could see Tottenham viewed differently by competitors, successfully warding off interest from the world's biggest clubs for their prized assets.

He wasn't helped by a back injury, though returned to Spurs early in April and may now departure the club this summer.

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.

"The most important thing for me when I was a player was to do better the next season, score more goals, get more assists and Harry has continued to do that". Money has never seemed to be his primary motivation.

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After signing the deal, he spoke to the club's official website and stated his joy whole also revealing that his ambition is to play in the new stadium and further his abilities as a footballer.

One of those record attempts would be ended if Kane left North London, and both would be scuppered if he moved overseas. Following a series of unspectacular loan spells, many wrote him off.

'They're the special players, the guys that make a difference.

They are also some more stories surrounding the Lilywhites. The new contract runs until 2024 - keeping the Galacticos at bay for now.

Friday's announcement certainly seems financially significant, hinting at a narrowing of the gap between Spurs' salaries and their rivals. The President of the English club, Daniel levy, for fear of interest to the player from the real Madrid, made a decision to encourage effective striker a new contract with significantly improved personal conditions.

Vorm is the second choice goalkeeper and has played in 43 matches for Spurs in his career.