Tottenham’s Harry Kane has told Daniel Levy exactly what he wants to hear amid Manchester United interest

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Tottenham striker Harry Kane has been in fine goalscoring form despite the challenges of the season.

Tottenham striker Harry Kane says he’s not in a hurry to make a decision on his future with barely a year left on his current contract in north London.

Kane has continued to excel in north London despite all the chaos at Spurs, and scored his 26th league goal of the season against Crystal Palace last weekend. In the last five campaigns, Kane’s 26 goals would have bagged in a Golden Boot award but the arrival of Manchester City‘s Erling Haaland has changed the game. The Norwegian has scored 35 goals.

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Despite all the changes and lack of continuity at Tottenham, Kane is now the second highest scorer in the history of the Premier League and is hunting Alan Shearer’s all-time scorer’s record. sources say Tottenham have shown interest in renewing the England captain’s contract while Manchester United are also interested in his services, making this summer an interesting one for Kane, Spurs and Manchester United.

Erik ten Hag’s side have however hit the wall recently and lost back-to-back Premier League games against Brighton and West Ham United, higlighting the need for striker.

With just four games to end the season, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is bracing himself for another summer of uncertainty with the search for a new manager and a possibly, a directer of football.

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But Kane’s latest comments on not being in a rush to make a decison will come as welcome news to the Tottenham chairman at time he needs it the most.

Kane is quoted by the MENS: “I feel like I’ve still got almost another career to play.

“I’ve got seven, eight years, of what I’ve already had in the Premier League, so I’m not rushing anything, I’m not desperate to do anything.

“I’m not afraid to say I want to be the best. I want to try and get to the level [Cristiano] Ronaldo and [Lionel] Messi got to. That’s my ultimate goal, to be winning trophies season-in, season-out and scoring 50, 60, 70 goals season-in, season-out.

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“I’ve still got so much more to give. I can produce better numbers than I’m producing at the moment.”

Kane will hope to add to his tally when Spurs travel to Villa Park this weekend in the Premier League.

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