Tottenham Hotspur handed Harry Kane ‘boost’ a year after failed Manchester City move

Harry Kane could be set to remain at Tottenham Hotspur despite his previous interest in a new challenge.

After a turbulent year for Harry Kane, it now looks like the everlasting rumours of a potential departure may have been quashed.

The striker is now thought to be ‘optimistic’ about his future with Tottenham Hotspur and could be persuaded to see out his career with the club, according to Daily Mail.

It has been almost a year since Kane failed to secure a big money move to Manchester City, despite handing in a transfer request.

The Premier League champions were eager to snap up Kane last summer but Daniel Levy wasn’t budging and rejected a number of bids, including a whopping £125 million offer.

The 28-year-old was forced to remain in North London and, despite a tricky start to the campaign, got back to his best and fans appear to be warming to him once again.

Now that the summer transfer window is close to opening, talk of his departure has started once again, however Tottenham are convinced they won’t have a repeat of last summer.

The report claims that Kane is feeling positive about playing for Tottenham due to the impact and reputation Antonio Conte holds, with the forward believing he can fulfil his ambitions under the Italian.

It also helps that there doesn’t appear to be an obvious buyer for Kane, with Man City unlikely to reignite their interest after they signed Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund last month.

Spurs are likely to still place a hefty price tag on Kane and, with the England star turning 29 next month, any potential interest would be dented by the fee.

Kane has two years left on his current deal and, while talks over a new contract are yet to start, it looks like his big money move may be too far gone.