Reports claim that Tottenham Hotspur captain Harry Kane has made a decision regarding his future.
With Kane's contract set to expire at the end of next season, speculation regarding the Englishman's future has been rife.
The likes of Manchester United and Bayern Munich are rumoured to be interested in the striker's services, but according to The Athletic, the 29-year-old is now open to discussing a possible extension at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Conversations over a new deal are set to take place between Kane's representatives and the club once the January transfer window is concluded, with Spurs focused on other potential incomings for now.
While Kane may be open to staying at the club, this will depend on whether or not an agreement can be reached between the two parties and if not, the Lilywhites will have to decide to either sell Kane in the off-season or let him leave for free once his current deal expires.
Kane is second in Tottenham's all-time top goalscorers list, and is just one strike behind club icon Jimmy Greaves, who scored 226 goals.
Of the 39 goals Antonio Conte's side has scored in the league this season, 15 have come from the England captain, proving how pivotal he is to the Italian tactician.
Despite his incredible individual achievements, Kane is yet to lift silverware with the Lilywhites, so he will be aware that there might be a final opportunity to secure a high-profile move away from the club in the coming months and try to add to his trophy collection elsewhere.
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