By 90Min
July 24, 2017

Tottenham striker Harry Kane has claimed that he doesn't care about the economic side of football, saying that he's at Tottenham because of his love for the club, not the money.


Last season's Premier League golden boot winner is currently on a deal believed to be worth around £120,000 per week - less than half of Romelu Lukaku's £250,000 per week contract that the Belgian has just signed with Manchester United.

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But Kane doesn't seem to be bothered by huge wages, and says that there is an exciting future ahead for Spurs:


“Football for me isn’t about money. I’m at Tottenham because I love this club and I see it going in the right direction." Kane told ESPN.


“I feel we are one of the best teams in England and Europe, so I’m excited for the future ahead.

“Everyone knows I’m a Spurs fan and that’s where I want to be for the foreseeable future.

“I have a great relationship with the manager and the fans.

“At the end of the season I expect us to be up there fighting for that title again and hopefully we can turn some of our ambition into wins.”

Despite other team's already spending huge amounts of money this summer, Spurs are yet to make a dent in the transfer market - manager Mauricio Pochettino claiming that he has faith in the youth at the club to step up.

While many expect Spurs to eventually dip into their transfer kitty, questions have risen over whether the team could perform to the same levels of the last two seasons with such little activity.


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