Tottenham have reportedly offered young star Harry Kane a £35,000 per week contract to keep him at the club for the long term.
Kane has shone for Spurs this season and Roy Hodgson is believed to be considering the 21 year old for a senior England call up as a result of his performances over the last year.
Particularly against the top Premier League clubs Kane has stood out amongst a big-money squad at White Hart Lane who have gone through ups and downs over the course of the season. And the Telegraph are reporting that despite having signed a new deal with Tottenham six months ago, the side will offer him another contract to keep him on board until 2020.
The deal will increase his current wages by £15,000 per week, though he will still earn a lot less than the likes of Roberto Soldado and Emmanuel Adebayor, two strikers he is often chosen ahead of based on his current form.
Mauricio Pochettino recently revealed he wants to make Spurs' youth set-up one of the best in the business and produce many of the club's stars from a young age much like Barcelona. And it would appear that he is placing great importance on keeping current players who have come through Tottenham's academy, having recently handed Ryan Mason a new deal for his recent efforts with the first team.
Kane was compared by Martin Keown to Tottenham legend Teddy Sheringham at the beginning of the year for his quick thinking abilities on the pitch and while Spurs had a rough start to the season the youngster has helped steady the ship as they currently sit in sixth position in the table and just four points off a Champions League spot.
And it would seem that Tottenham are very keen to keep the man destined for big things with England for the next five years at least.