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Levy will smash Spurs wage cap to secure Kane to new deal

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is willing to smash their wage ceiling to keep hold of Harry Kane.

The Daily Mail says Kane has become one of the most valuable players in world football but his relatively low wage of £110,000-per-week does not reflect his growing standing in the game.

However, Spurs are set to revisit Kane's contract at the end of the season with a view to offering him a fourth pay increase since August 2014.

Kane is the club's top earner and his bonuses are particularly lucrative.

Consequently, given his prolific goal record and Tottenham's emergence as a Premier League force, the striker's salary will have been significantly topped up with further payments.

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