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Harry Kane signs a new six-year £90m contract at Tottenham

By Adam McKendry

Tottenham Hotspur and England captain Harry Kane has signed a new mega contract with his club until 2024, worth a staggering £90million.

The star striker, who is still just 24, has had his wages at the club doubled by signing the new deal, which will make him one of the highest paid players in the Premier League.

Kane will earn around £200k a week, however bonus clauses in the contract could take his annual earnings north of £15million.

The London-born forward, who is coming off a 41-goal season for Spurs, was already on a deal keeping him at the club until 2022, but chairman Daniel Levy has moved to get him to sign an even longer deal.

It's another shrewd move from Levy, who recently tied down in-demand manager Mauricio Pochettino to a five-year pact to take the club back to White Hart Lane, and now his leader on the pitch will join him.

Kane's deal is expected to be announced later today, while further extensions are expected to follow, with fellow England international Dele Alli in similar discussions with the club.

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