Harry Kane spent his summer representing England at the European championship where he helped the country finish runner-up losing to eventual champions Italy. After his Euro adventure he began battling an unsuccessful departure from Tottenham Hotspur.
Harry Kane is yet to win a senior trophy at club level in his career and pushed for an exit at Tottenham with Manchester City very interested and willing to pay as much as £150m which Tottenham rejected and forced the 28year old English striker to stay at the club despite refusing to resume club training early.
He began the season on a very poor note and went the first seven games without scoring a goal which rightfully is a psychological problem as he was still dealing with the aftermath of the failed transfer, but today he scored in the 3-2 win over Newcastle ending his run of eight league games without scoring
Harry Kane earns a reported £10.4m per season and £200,000 per week which means he has earned about £2m this season and has scored just a goal. His request to Tottenham to sign a new deal or to any club willing to sign him is £400,000 per week which will make him one of the highest paid players in the league.