Tottenham Hotspur have entered into initial dialogue with Harry Kane over a new deal, reports The Athletic.
However, Spurs have no plans to sell him during the upcoming summer transfer window.
The north London club are focused on renewing his contract, but talks have not reached an advanced stage.
Tottenham risk losing him for free if they refuse to cash in on him in the summer.
They are prepared to continue with their efforts to convince him into 2023-24.
That may eventually prove costly, but Kane will take his time before making a decision.
The 29-year-old has regularly spoken of his dreams of winning major silverware at club level.
He has won nothing yet with Tottenham and time is ticking.
Kane will not get a chance to seal a big move if he extends his stay at the club beyond 2024.
He has already entered Spurs’ history book by becoming their highest goalscorer of all time.
Manchester City were keen on signing him in 2021, but chairman Daniel Levy refused to entertain talks.
Kane finally has the chance to be in the driving seat, and his decision will determine a lot.
He signed his professional contract in 2010, and he is in his ninth season as their first-choice striker.
The Tottenham hitman is set to end the current campaign without a trophy.
He needs to think of that when next the club ask him about signing an extension.
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