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Harry Kane has done the business for Tottenham, but can Levy keep him?

Harry Kane has recorded numerous personal landmarks at Tottenham Hotspur, but his efforts have not been enough to help the club win silverware/

The 29-year-old broke Jimmy Greaves’ long-standing record to become Tottenham’s all-time top scorer earlier in February.

The centre-forward then overtook Wayne Rooney in the Premier League’s all-time goalscoring charts and is now only behind Alan Shearer. 

He has just enjoyed one of his best seasons, scoring 30 goals in 38 top-flight matches. 

Despite his brilliance, the Lilywhites endured a miserable 2022-23 campaign, finishing outside of European places in eighth place. 

Chairman Daniel Levy will be desperate to keep hold of Kane for the next season.

But if Levy decides to keep him for another year, he faces the risk of losing the striker for free next summer. 

Spurs are way off challenging for a major trophy. On that basis, it will be difficult for them to keep Kane.

Manchester United and Chelsea are interested in signing him, while Real Madrid have also reportedly entered the transfer race with Karim Benzema set to leave this summer

Tottenham would receive a bumper fee if they sold Kane, but his exit would leave a massive hole in their squad.

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