As revealed on Friday’s backpages [shared here via BBC’s Nick Sutton on Twitter], Spurs are hoping that Kane will sign a deal to make him the best-paid player in the history of the North London heavyweights.
— Nick Sutton (@suttonnick) May 5, 2016
The England international has been in excellent form this season, having scored 25 goals in 36 league goals this season, helping the Lilywhites to the brink of a return to the Champions League.
According to the tabloid, the forward is set to receive a new wage of £100,000 per week, which will double his existing £50,000-per-week deal.
The DM note that Spurs currently have a wage cap of £80,000 per week, but that they would be willing to break this glass ceiling to tie down Kane, who has proved this term that he was not a one-season wonder after his magnificent showing last season.
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Should the attacker commit his future to the White Hart Lane giants, it will come as a major fillip for Spurs, who will see Kane as a key man next term as they look to establish themselves among Europe’s elite and retain their spot in the EPL’s top four.