The England striker is to be offered a new contract at White Hart Lane, a report claims.
Kane, who has scored 28 goals in all competitions this season, currently takes home £50,000 a week courtesy of the five-year deal he signed in February last year, the report claims.
And Kane stands to double his wage by accepting the Londoners' offer - which it is claimed may not be finalised ahead of Euro 2016 - making him comfortably their top earner.
It was reported by the same publication on Wednesday that Kane's teammate Christian Eriksen is close to agreeing a new deal of his own, worth £80,000 a week.
And that in itself is said to be more than any other Spurs stars' deals, with Hugo Lloris, Mousa Dembele and Erik Lamela reportedly earning excess of £70,000 a week.
Mauricio Pochettino's team narrowly missed out on the Premier League title this season and have already turned their attention to the future, with the Argentine himself extending his stay, verbally at least, until 2021 a week ago.