Despite rising speculation that he would leave Tottenham Hotspur this summer, Harry Kane has been included in the club’s 2023-24 shirt presentation.
Individually, the 29-year-old had a productive 2022-23 season, equaling his best-ever Premier League scoring season with 30 goals from 38 games.
During that period, Kane became the club’s all-time leading striker and moved up to second all-time in Premier League scoring, trailing only Alan Shearer.
Spurs, on the other hand, had a disappointing season as a team, placing eighth in the Premier League table and missing out on European competition entirely next season.
The North London club also crashed out of the FA Cup, EFL Cup, and Champions League, extending their trophy drought to a 16th year and leaving Kane without a major honour to his name.
Can Tottenham hold on to Kane?
Spurs had three managers in the previous season, but have recently selected Ange Postecoglou as their next manager, effective July 1.
One of Postecoglou’s key tasks will be to determine Kane’s future, and the star striker was prominently featured in the introduction of Tottenham’s new kit on Thursday morning.
Real Madrid are believed to have made the England captain their main striker target this summer, following the departure of Karim Benzema to the Saudi Pro League.
Bayern Munich are also said to be interested in signing Kane after failing to sign a direct successor for Robert Lewandowski last summer, while Manchester United are also keen.
According to reports, Kane would prefer to stay in the Premier League in order to break Shearer’s record, but Daniel Levy is hesitant to trade his star asset to a local rival.
Kane’s contract at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium expires in 2024, so this summer could be Spurs’ last chance to demand a large amount for the club’s all-time leading scorer.
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