Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane appears to be coming round to the idea of signing a new deal at the club, EuroSport report.
Kane rejected a contract offer from Tottenham just two months ago, after the European Championship final.
The striker, at that stage, was still hopeful of seeing a move to Manchester City go through.
But after that deal collapsed, and with City now looking at other targets, Kane may pen new terms at Tottenham.
It is said that the goalscorer will land a huge pay rise if he does so, although it won’t quite reach the level of the £500,000-a-week contract that Pep Guardiola’s side were willing to offer him.
The sticking point with any deal is that Kane wants a set release clause included, while Daniel Levy is less keen on that idea.
But Tottenham are set to be in discussions with Kane representatives over the coming weeks to see if there is a deal which can be done which suits both parties.
If Kane, who Guardiola called ‘incredible’ amid speculation over his future (Sky), does pen a new contract at Tottenham it raises the possibility of him spending his entire career at the North London club.
While the release clause will be a concern, Kane isn’t getting any younger, and his value could deteriorate from here on in, regardless of how his form is on the pitch.
Kane is yet to really get totally up to speed for Spurs this season, after missing much of pre-season.
He has scored three goals, but only one of those has come in three Premier League appearances.