Harry Kane's Euro 2016 struggles haven't concerned Tottenham, as they will reportedly hand him a new £95,000-a-week contract.
Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane wins the 2015/16 Barclays Golden Boot Award, after scoring 25 goals
According to The Sun, Tottenham striker Harry Kane is set to sign a new £5m-a-year, five-year contract at White Hart Lane - his second new deal of 2016.
Kane, 22, has come up through the ranks at Tottenham having signed from Watford way back in 2004, and he's become one of the Premier League's deadliest strikers.
Kane hit 31 goals in all competitions during the 2014/15 season, and then built on that with a 28-goal campaign last season, meaning it's a staggering 59 goals in the last two years for Kane.
He only signed a new contract with Spurs back in February 2015, with the Daily Mail claiming that his deal until 2020 handed him a wage increase to £45,000-a-week, but his exploits last season have put Kane on the verge of another new contract.
The Sun claim that Kane is set to put pen-to-paper on a new five-year deal at Spurs, this time worth a huge £5m-a-year, meaning his wages will rocket up to around £95,000-a-week.
Kane's Premier League performances have proven that he's worth such a deal, but the new contract comes just days after his terrible Euro 2016 campaign came to an end
Kane was tipped for great things with England, but he failed to find the back of the net during a torrid time in France, where he come under huge criticism for his all-round play and his awful set-pieces - and ultimately, many fans questioned just how good Kane actually is having struggled so much on the international stage.
That won't bother Spurs though, as they pay him to score goals in the Premier League, and this new deal should fend off any interested clubs who were thinking of making a big-money move for Kane in the near future.
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