Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son’s jerseys are set to be among 80 signed sporting treasures auctioned for charity by Spurs' head of kit and equipment.

Memorabilia amassed by Spurs kitman Steve Dukes is to be sold to help Essex & Herts Air Ambulance in memory of his father who died in May 2020.

Steve has amassed a fantastic collection of almost 80 signed items, all connected to notable names in the sporting world.

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The collection is up for auction online from 9am on June 11 to 6pm on June 26.

Enfield Independent: Harry Kane’s signed white England FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Qualifier no.9 jersey v San Marino from November 2021Harry Kane’s signed white England FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Qualifier no.9 jersey v San Marino from November 2021

Graham Budd Auctions CEO Adam Gascoigne said: “We are delighted to be offering player-signed football shirts and sports memorabilia collected by Steve Dukes through his contacts in the sporting world.

“Collectors will be able to place bids throughout the 16-day auction and all profits from the sale will be donated to Essex & Herts Air Ambulance.”

Footballers whose signed jerseys are up for grabs are Harry Kane, Roberto Firmino, Kevin De Bruyne, Cristiano Ronaldo, Alexandre Lacazette, Christian Eriksen, Declan Rice, Jordan Pickford, Joe Hart, Mason Mount, Robert Lewandowski, Son Heung-min, Gareth Bale, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Memphis Depay.

Enfield Independent: Steve Dukes with his collectionSteve Dukes with his collection

A gold glove signed by Watford boxer Anthony Joshua is expected to sell for £150 to £200 whilst a shirt signed by Lewis Hamilton is estimated to fetch £120to £150.

Proceeds from the auction will go to Essex & Herts Air Ambulance.

Essex & Herts Air Ambulance is a charity that provides helicopter emergency medical services for critically ill and injured people in Essex, Hertfordshire and the surrounding areas.

Mr Dukes said: “Just over two years ago, my father Charlie passed away after sustaining substantial head injuries in a freak bicycle accident.

“He was an active man who loved every aspect of life, and his amazing smile would brighten any room.

Enfield Independent: Anthony Joshua’s signed gold gloveAnthony Joshua’s signed gold glove

“The wonderful people at Essex & Herts Air Ambulance assisted and airlifted him to the Royal London Hospital, where he remained in a coma for six days.

“Essex & Herts Air Ambulance is an amazing charity, so I am really pleased to be able to help them in any way I can.”