David Ornstein has revealed that he’s been informed that Harry Kane is expected to stay at Tottenham for the rest of his career.
In a recent interview with Sky Sports, The Athletic journalist said that the England captain would be open to leaving Tottenham, although he remains committed to the club.
But Ornstein went to say that a transfer would appear extremely unlikely, especially with more than three-years remaining on his current contract, meaning he doesn’t expect Kane to be going anywhere this summer.
Speculation over Kane’s future increased following Spurs’ embarrassing recent Europa League exit, which means unless they beat Manchester City in next month’s Carabao Cup final, it’ll be another campaign without silverware for the ambitious striker, whose goal at Aston Villa on Sunday moved him 100 goals behind Alan Shearer’s Premier League record.
Speaking on The Ornstein & Chapman Podcast, Ornstein admitted: “Quite a few contacts I’ve spoken to in the last 24 hours or so think Harry Kane will be at Tottenham for the rest of his career.”
It’s going to take a monumental bid for Daniel Levy to accept, let alone convince Kane to leave the club he’s been with since he was 11-years-old, but it’s always reassuring to hear this.