Antonio Conte has stated that he and Harry Kane may continue their careers at Tottenham. However, they’ll require Champions League play to succeed.


ANTONIO CONTE has suggested that Tottenham’s qualification for the Champions League could have major implications for Harry Kane’s and his own futures.

Spurs are currently in fourth place, one point ahead of a group that includes Newcastle, Liverpool, and Brighton as they travel to Southampton today.


When Conte, 53, sees his contract expire this summer, he is expected to leave.

There is much speculation among Tottenham fans about the future of their star player, Harry Kane, whose contract expires at the end of the 2019–20 campaign.

When asked about the impact on the club of the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the manager and star player, however, Conte gave an answer that left open the possibility that BOTH players and the manager could remain.

His words: “To finish in the top four could be very important for everybody, first and foremost for the club and for the players, the manager, and the fans.

Many things become much easier if we can finish in the top four and qualify for the Champions League.

The best players and clubs strive to participate in these tournaments.


We have an idea, but so do a lot of other clubs. What happens, happens.

To some Spurs fans, a change in leadership in the dugout is a must for the upcoming season.

Yet, every supporter will be hoping beyond hope that the club’s all-time leading scorer Harry Kane will be persuaded to re-sign.

It is unlikely that chairman Daniel Levy will sell to another English club this summer, but even if he doesn’t, SunSport has learned that such a move is highly unlikely.

If Kane does not sign new terms by the summer of 2024, he will almost certainly leave on a free transfer.

The onus, according to Conte, is on the club and the player, not the coach.

But he thinks Kane, who will turn 30 in July, can keep playing at a high level for at least another decade, like Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski.

The former Chelsea manager continued, “We are talking about a player that is showing every day to be a really, really good professional.

I think he has a great future ahead of him because he looks after himself both on and off the field.

This is essential. If you’ve already passed your 30th birthday and you’re in good health, you can probably keep climbing the ranks for quite some time. In this regard, Cristiano Ronaldo serves as a prime exemplar. Many of our key players went on to have outstanding careers for the remainder of their playing careers.

You know very well that in this type of situation it is difficult for the coach to force the situation on the other side,” Spurs manager Antonio Conte said when asked if he was frustrated by the lack of progress in Kane’s contract negotiations.

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The player and the team will work to find a mutually beneficial arrangement.

I can confidently state that every manager covets having Harry Kane on his squad. However, there are a wide variety of potential scenarios to investigate before arriving at one. The player and the team are responsible, not me.


Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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