Tottenham believes that Harry Kane will sign a new long-term contract

There is no doubt that any club with a player like Harry Kane on its books will be hoping they can do all they can to convince them to sign a long-term contract, and Tottenham Hotspur will certainly be looking to try and make that happen.

The striker – who will likely lead England out as captain in the forthcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup, has a contract at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium that runs until 2024, thus building speculation about where he could potentially end up playing his football in the future.

FC Bayern Munich are understood to be potential suitors if he does become available, although Spurs appear to be confident that they can keep him in north London for as long as they want him, with it understood that he is happy playing under Antonio Conte and believes the club can challenge.

He and England football fans are hopeful that he is able to perform at the World Cup once again, though, as he won the Golden Boot at the last tournament. Many are hoping he can repeat his feat, and have spent time looking at the odds that he has been provided to be the Golden Boot winner, with predictions having already been made available at online betting sites that can be found on platforms like

Nonetheless, Spurs fans will be more concerned with whether they are able to keep hold of him. And, thankfully, there appears to be some confidence around them. This is because they believe Kane will stay, however it is not expected that talks about a new deal will happen before the end of the year.

It is rumored that the club would prefer to sort a deal out for the 29-year-old before the conclusion of this season and before the summer transfer window, especially with it believed FC Bayern could be prepared to try and convince him to swap north London for Bavaria.

Indeed, they have already made their interest known by dropping hints. Nonetheless, the issues that surrounded his future last summer do not appear to have had much bearing on how he is doing this season, as he has scored 11 goals in 16 competitions this season, 10 of which have come in 12 Premier League games.

Spurs currently occupy third in the table, but their defeat to Newcastle United at the weekend meant that they had dropped vital points in the race for the title. Manchester City returned to winning ways, while league leaders Arsenal were held to a 1-1 draw with Southampton, leaving Spurs five points behind them.