Tottenham Desperate To Keep Kane

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly willing to break through their wage ceiling in order to try to keep record-breaking striker, Harry Kane, at the club.

Earlier this week, the 24-year-old scored a hat-trick against Southampton, setting two new records, and proving his worth to the Spurs.

Kane’s latest hat-trick brought his tally to 39 strikes, the most in a calendar year in Premier League history.

The English international also became the first player to claim six Premier League hat-tricks in a single year.

Kane’s wage of £110,000-per-week, however, is only ranked 35th in the Premier League pay stakes, and is comparatively low in relation to Kane’s top flight peers.

La Liga giants, Real Madrid, are already circling for the record-breaking striker.

In a move to keep him at the club, the Spurs are set to revisit Kane’s contract at the end of the season, offering him a fourth pay increase since August 2014.

The Spurs may not have anything to worry about. Earlier this year, Kane told the media that he would be happy to be a one-club man.

“My goal is to play my entire career only for Tottenham,” he said.