England captain Harry Kane has put pen to paper on a new contract that will keep him at Tottenham Hotspur until 2024.
His new contract will see Spurs smash their wage cap with the striker set to earn £200 000 a week, doubling his previous wages of £100 000.
He officially became part of the 100 club in December 2017, almost a year after he signed his last contract extension which was to keep him at the club until 2022.
Kane was also the 2017 European top goal scorer in a calendar year after he found the net an incredible 56 times for club and country.
The 24-year-old has won the Premier League’s golden boot twice and is just two goals away from entering the top 20 all-time Premier League goal-scoring list.
He has since been tasked with leading England in Russia at the 2018 FIFA World Cup and will be going into the tournament as arguably the best out and out striker in world football currently.
Kane’s contract renewal coupled with the recent announcement of Mauricio Pochettino serves as a massive sign of intent by Daniel Levy that Tottenham’s ambition is only growing.
On his renewal, Pochettino called for Levy to ‘be brave and take risks’ and it looks like the Spurs boss has embraced this with the restructuring of the wage cap opening a new world of opportunities in terms of potential big-name signings.
The commitment of Kane to the club amid so many transfer rumours has earmarked the plan by Tottenham to become one of England’s top sides on a consistent basis and there is no better player than him to lead this journey.