Harry Kane commits his future to Spurs amid Real Madrid rumours

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This must be the best news Tottenham fans could hear.

After breaking into the Tottenham first-team last season and making a huge impression on the Premier League, there was little surprise to see Harry Kane linked with big money moves.

Though Manchester United had been touted as potential suitors, it recently looked like Real Madrid were the ones who were most keen on snapping up the 22-year-old striker, as reported by the Telegraph.

And after putting away his 50th goal for Spurs in the FA Cup draw against Leicester City, Kane decided to clear up the rumours surrounding his future at the North London club, and it looks like very good news for fans.

When asked if he was wanting to stay at the club, he replied with: “Yeah, definitely." he was quoted by the Express as saying and added: "There are always going to be rumours flying around but I'm happy here. The club is in a good shape, we have a great future and I'm raring to go so we will see what happens.

“We have got a lot of young players raring to go who are getting better and better with each game and that is all we have got to do. Keep working hard on the training field, we are getting better and more experienced the more we play and I think we can only get better.”

Kane has already had an impressive 2015, scoring 27 goals in the Premier League including netting 11 times in this seasons campaign which has seen Mauricio Pochettino's side put up a good challenge for a Champions League spot.

With the 22-year-old now having almost a goal every other game for Spurs, he will no doubt be setting his sights on impressing for Roy Hodgson's England side at the Euros later this year.

Before then, the striker will be focused on helping Spurs qualify for the Champions League, starting by picking up three points when they face second placed Leicester City at White Hart Lane on Wednesday evening. 

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