The London-born forward, who is coming off a 41-goal season for Spurs, was already on a deal keeping him at the club until 2022, but chairman Daniel Levy has moved to get him to sign an even longer deal.
The floodgates, with Pochettino's confirmed intent, are expected to open, and Kane is the first of the big five expected to follow their gaffer into the club's new stadium come August.
Kane and Pochettino's relationship has blossomed since the Argentine took over at White Hart Lane, the manager taking Spurs to three consecutive top-four finishes and two title challenges, with Kane as the focal point of his side.
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First and foremost, Kane's new contract is a strong indicator of Spurs' lofty aspirations. "For us as a club, it's just [about] to keep improving, and we will work hard to do that".
The England striker scored 30 goals in 37 league appearances in the season just finished, making it his best individual campaign in the division after surpassing his haul of 29 from 2016-17.
Kane has previously been linked with moves to Manchester United and Real Madrid, but the latest agreement shows he sees his immediate future at Spurs.
That saw Kane break Alan Shearer's calendar year record for Premier League goals, with 39, including back-to-back hat-tricks against Burnley and Southampton at the end of the year.