Tottenham: Latest update on Harry Kane's Spurs future

Tottenham striker Harry Kane can live with another year without winning a trophy, according to transfer insider Dean Jones.

Kane is yet to win silverware in his career, which has led to serious doubts over his future at his boyhood club.

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While Kane is enjoying a fine run in front of goal, scoring 12 goals in his last 18 games across all competitions, which has seen him reach the 20-mark for the ninth season in succession.

However, Spurs’ FA Cup exit to Middlesbrough earlier this month means that the England captain’s long wait to win a major trophy will at least head into next season.

Kane did respond impressively to that defeat at the Riverside Stadium, scoring twice in the 5-0 victory over Everton on Monday to keep up the pressure on Arsenal and Manchester United in the fight for the top four.

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But with Tottenham’s trophy drought heading into a 15th campaign, there’s likely to be further speculation surrounding Kane’s position at the club.

Following the defeat at Boro, reports emerged that he was ‘50-50‘ on whether to force a move away from North London following his transfer saga with Manchester City last summer.

But with Kane turning 29 in July, Jones reckons that the Tottenham striker should be in no rush to leave the club.

What did Jones say about Kane?

He told GIVEMESPORT: “There’s still plenty of time for Harry Kane to win trophies, he doesn’t need it in the next year, he’s waited this long.”

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Regardless of whether Tottenham qualify for the Champions League or not, the intense speculation isn’t likely to go away.

Kane’s stance hasn’t changed throughout the last 12 months. He wants to challenge for the biggest trophies, which hasn’t been the case at Tottenham this season, who were knocked out of the Carabao Cup by Chelsea in the semi-finals before crashing out of the FA Cup.

The Evening Standard believe that Kane’s future could also hinge on whether Antonio Conte is heavily backed in the transfer market, with the striker enjoying working under the Italian, who’s resurrected his form following a poor start to the campaign by his own high standards.

Ultimately, Kane’s future is likely to rest on whether one of Manchester United or Manchester City are willing to meet Daniel Levy’s asking price.

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