Despite all the links every summer, Kane is still most likely to stay at his boyhood club. Kane has been at Tottenham since 2009, but only became a solid fixture in the starting XI in 2014. Since then Kane has made 317 Premier League appearances, scoring 213 goals, making him Spurs’ all-time top scorer.
Kane is extremely valuable to Tottenham, and like the last couple of summers, they’ll be eager to keep him in North London. In the 2022/23 season, Kane was Tottenham’s top scorer, and by some margin. In all competitions, Kane scored 32 goals and registered five assists in 49 games.
The next closest to Kane was Son Heung-Min, who with an uncharacteristically quiet season, bagged 14 goals and six assists. Kane’s presence in front of goal is something not many can replicate, so keeping him in white is a priority and one that is likely to happen.