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Harry Kane says he would not join Manchester United

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Tottenham striker Harry Kane insists that he would not join Manchester United if the Premier League giants offered him a contract.

The in-form 21-year-old, who scored his 21st and 22nd goals of the season for Spurs against north London rivals Arsenal earlier today, was filmed by BT Sport at an event with a local school this week.

One of the kids said: “I’ve got a question: If Man United gave you a contract, would you go?” To which Kane replied: “No. I’m a Tottenham player.”

This season's revelation

Kane’s response is sure to delight the Spurs faithful, who chant ‘He’s one of our own’ to the Chingford-born striker every time he takes to the pitch at White Hart Lane.

The England Under-21 international has been one of the surprise packages of the season and continues to develop and mature as a player under the management of Mauricio Pochettino.

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Kane expected to receive England call

Kane is expected to earn his first senior England call-up for next month’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania, and the friendly against Italy in Turin.

He signed a new five-and-a-half-year deal with Spurs earlier this week - but interest in his services will inevitably grow if he continues scoring goals on such a regular basis.

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