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Harry Kane Next Club: Tottenham hitman set to stay at White Hart Lane

 

Update: 25.08.21

 

Months of speculation surrounding the future of Harry Kane have come to an end following the news that he is to remain with Tottenham Hotspur after the summer transfer window. The England striker has made clear his desire to move away from Spurs during the summer and he has long been linked with a move to reigning Premier League champions Manchester City, however the Citizens have now failed to land their main summer target.

Kane wrote on Twitter:

“It was incredible to see the reception from the Spurs fans on Sunday and to read some of the messages of support I’ve had in the last few weeks.

“I will be staying at Tottenham this summer and will be 100% focused on helping the team achieve success.”

Kane understood that he had a gentleman’s agreement with club chairman Daniel Levy with regard to him being allowed to leave for pastures new during the summer, however Levy saw things differently and made it clear that he didn’t want to lose his star player. Kane has played little part in Tottenham’s campaign thus far although he is likely to make the starting line-up in the side’s home meeting with Watford this coming weekend. He is 6/1 to finish the season as top scorer in the Premier League.

 


 

Update: 24.08.21

 

Daniel Levy has made it clear that he won’t be lowering his valuation of want-away striker Harry Kane and the Spurs chairman may even refuse a bid that gets close to the £150 million being asked for the player.

Tottenham Hotspur believe that Harry Kane’s departure from the club this summer is looking increasingly unlikely despite the fact that the player is determined to leave White Hart Lane this summer. Daniel Levy is demanding around £150 million for the England captain, however with the end of the summer transfer window fast approaching, a move to Man City is starting to look unlikely.

The 28-year-old’s contract with Tottenham Hotspur still has three years to run and his prospective suitors are struggling to match the price tag under the current challenging financial climate. City have long been the frontrunners to secure Kane’s signature during the summer, boss Pep Guardiola eager to bring in a new forward. Sergio Aguero left the Etihad Stadium at the end of the 2020/21 campaign with Ferran Torres and Gabriel Jesus the players being utilised most through the middle.

City remain in desperate need of a principal focal point however and they have made Harry Kane their main target for many weeks now, however time is fast running out. As such, it looks as though Spurs are winning their battle to keep hold of their star striker, the club said to be of the opinion that a transfer for Kane is effectively impossible this summer.

City are said to be gearing up for a new bid for the England skipper before the summer transfer window slams shut, however the bookies are now going odds-on that he stays put.

 

Harry Kane Next Club After Summer Transfer Window

 

8/11  –  Tottenham Hotspur

Evens – Manchester City

11/1  –  Manchester United

18/1  –  Real Madrid

 


 

Update: 17.08.21

 

Tottenham Hotspur found a way to play without Harry Kane when beating Manchester City in their Premier League opener and this gave new boss Nuno Espirito Santo a dream start at the club.

In fairness it really is early days and Pep Guardiola’s side weren’t at full strength when beginning their title defence. Indeed losing to Tottenham Hotspur will perhaps strengthen Man City’s resolve to fork out the £160 million for Harry Kane and the England skipper would be only too delighted to fill the missing piece of the jigsaw at the Etihad Stadium. It would certainly send a resounding message to the rest of the chasing pack were City able to convince Daniel Levy to give up his most prized asset.

Then again, City got things off to a very slow start in 2020/21 only to storm to the title after picking things up after Christmas and they managed to do this without a recognised striker in their preferred line-up. De Bruyne was utilised as a false nine and it would be no shock were Pep Guardiola to opt for this approach in 2021/22 – let’s face it, it was enough to lead the side into the Champions League final. Indeed another option could be to wait twelve months for Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund, an approach which may be better in the longer term than throwing everything at Harry Kane, a player who is now 28 and who has a concerning fitness record.

Doing nothing now is certainly a big risk however and given that City’s top scorer was Gundogan with 13 goals and Harry Kane managing 23 with a Spurs side which ultimately finished seventh in the table, it is clear that Kane would be a hugely valuable asset at the Etihad.

As far as the ‘Harry Kane – Club After Summer Transfer Window’ market is concerned, Manchester City are odds-on to get their hands on the Three Lions captain at 3/5, while 6/5 says that he won’t sign for any other club this summer.

 

Harry Kane Next Club After Summer Transfer Window

 

3/5  –  Manchester City

6/5  –  Tottenham Hotspur

10/1 –  Manchester United

16/1 –  Chelsea

20/1 –  Paris Saint Germain

 


 

Update: 06.08.21

 

As the end of the summer transfer window fast approaches, the saga surrounding the future of Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane rumbles on.

Having already stated that he has yet to speak to Harry Kane, new Tottenham Hotspur boss Nuno Espirito Santo will need to wait a little longer following reports that Kane is set to prolong his unauthorised leave of absence and spend more time out of the country. Kane angered the Tottenham Hotspur hierarchy when he failed to turn up for the first day of pre-season training early this week and it emerged that he was actually enjoying a family holiday in the Bahamas. The 28-year-old has since journeyed to Florida and it appears that he is still there at the time of writing.

The England skipper will apparently report to Tottenham Hotspur’s training ground following his return from the USA at some point this weekend although he will be unable to work alongside his team-mates until next week at the earliest. Both the USA and the Bahamas are on the amber list in the UK  and as such, Kane will need to quarantine for at least five days upon his return to these shores.

Given his lack of training, it looks to be a distinct possibility that Kane will miss the opening Premier League match and this will be a big blow for Spurs given that they entertain reigning champions Manchester City in their season opener. It begs the question, is Kane making a stance here? The player has made it clear that he wants to leave Spurs and he claims to have a gentleman’s agreement with chairman Daniel Levy that he would be allowed to leave should an acceptable offer be made. Levy has clearly interpreted the situation completely differently and he has made it clear that he is against selling Kane.

The bookies really don’t know what to make of the situation with a price of odds-on being offered for both Kane to remain at Spurs (10/11) and the player to move to Manchester City (8/11).

 


 

Update: 05.08.21

The start of the 2021/22 Premier League campaign is now just a few days away and still the future of England striker Harry Kane remains as clear as mud. The Tottenham Hotspur star has made no secret of his desire to move away from White Hart Lane this summer and he has been absent from pre-season training, this leading to speculation that he won’t be part of Nuno Espirito Santo’s set-up.

The new Spurs boss claims not to have spoken with Kane regarding these absences but he has stated that he will be addressing the situation soon. Indeed Santo is apparently yet to meet Kane face-to-face since arriving at the North London club and Kane is expected to be fined for his failure to turn up to the two training sessions that have taken place thus far. The 28-year-old claims that he has a ‘gentleman’s agreement’ with club chairman Daniel Levy that he can move on during the summer transfer window but the position of Tottenham Hotspur is that they have no intention of selling their star player.

Nuno said: “I expect to speak with Harry soon. I haven’t had the chance yet. We have to first of all solve the problems ourselves, then I will speak to you.

“It’s not that I don’t want to comment, what I believe is all this issue in relation to everything should be discussed internally, among us. Let’s try to avoid any kind of public argument or discussion about it. We have to focus on what is important, solve the situation, between us.

“We will solve the situation internally, with the club speaking and trying to reach a better solution and a conclusion to the situation.

“All of pre-season has been hard for every club. It’s different, I know, but the absence of a lot of players due to international duty has made it a hard time for a lot of managers.”

 


 

Update: 02.08.21

 

It remains unclear as to whether or not Harry Kane will remain at White Hart Lane in the 2021/22 campaign and the odds on him making a move to Manchester City have drifted considerably over the past few days.

Reigning Premier League champions Manchester City are still eager to secure the signature of England striker Harry Kane before the end of the summer transfer window and the 28-year-old has also made it clear that he wants to leave Tottenham Hotspur. Indeed the Three Lions skipper is reportedly set to tell Spurs chairman Daniel Levy that he wishes to move to the Etihad Stadium and if he gets the chance to make the move, then it would be a massive shock were he not to take it.

Kane has given his all at White Hart Lane during his time there, however if a deal with Manchester City is to be done, then it certainly won’t be straightforward with Levy certain to squeeze every last drop out of the Citizens. Kane has three years left on his contract and basically there is every possibility that Levy will refuse any offer from the Premier League champions.

Indeed Daniel Levy operates best from a business point of view and if there is an agreement reached which involves the sale of Kane, then what will happen to the stock of the club? That is where Levy is right now.

Kane has been with Spurs for the whole of his professional career, however thus far he has won nothing at the club. It would almost certainly be a completely different matter were he to move to Manchester City. Nevertheless the odds on him actually making the move have drifted somewhat with most firms now going 8/11 on him ending up at Man City before the end of the summer transfer window and Evens on him staying put in North London.

 

Harry Kane Next Club After Summer Transfer Window

 

8/11 –  Manchester City

Evns –  Tottenham Hotspur

11/1 –  Manchester United

14/1 –  Chelsea

20/1 –  Paris Saint Germain

 


 

Update: 27.07.21

 

The rumours regarding the future of Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane continue and the bookmakers’ odds suggest that a move to Manchester City is indeed on the cards.

There has been big movement on the ‘Harry Kane Next Club’ betting market with most bookies slashing the odds even further on a move to the Etihad Stadium for the England skipper. Such a move was odds-against at 11/10 just two days ago, however this price has been slashed to a general 4/11 over the past 48 hours.

This is due to a large number of bets being aimed at Kane moving to the Premier League champions and as such, the odds on Kane remaining at White Hart Lane have drifted from 10/11 odds-on to as much as 2/1. This in itself suggests an implied probability of 33% that he stays put this summer.

It appears that the race to secure Kane’s signature this summer is very much a two-horse affair with third favourites Manchester United a considerable distance behind at 11/1. At the time of writing, Chelsea are out at 14/1 while French side PSG are 20/1 with most bookies. The only other two Premier League sides involved in the race are Liverpool and Arsenal although they are on the fringes of the market at 40/1 and 250/1 respectively.

 

Harry Kane Next Club After Summer Transfer Window

 

4/11 –  Manchester City

2/1  –  Tottenham Hotspur

12/1 –  Manchester United

14/1 –  Chelsea

20/1 –  Paris Saint Germain

40/1 –  Real Madrid

40/1 –  Liverpool

 


 

Update: 23.07.21

 

Speculation continues to surround the future of Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane, however it is starting to look pretty likely that a move to Premier League champions Manchester City is on the cards.

All of the leading UK bookmakers have comprehensively slashed the odds on Tottenham Hotspur hitman Harry Kane swapping White Hart Lane for the Etihad Stadium this summer following reports of a bid of £160 million being made by Pep Guardiola’s side. Such a move was odds-against at 11/10 just 24 hours ago but at the time of writing a move to Man City is as low as 3/10. This is due to the weight of bets being aimed towards Man City and consequently the odds on the England skipper staying put at Tottenham Hotspur have drifted substantially with some firms going as high as 6/4.

Despite Man City boss Pep Guardiola claiming that “we can’t replace” Sergio Aguero at the close of the 2020/21 campaign, the fact is that Harry Kane could do exactly that. The prolific Three Lions captain will be desperate for trophies having won none with Spurs or England, therefore Man City will surely be his favoured destination.

It appears as though this is very much a two-horse race between Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur to have Kane on the books after the summer transfer window, Manchester United a distant third in the betting market at odds as high as 16/1. Chelsea are currently a touch longer at 18/1 while Paris Saint Germain and Real Madrid are around 28/1 apiece.

 

Harry Kane Next Club After Summer Transfer Window

 

3/10 –  Manchester City

11/8 –  Tottenham Hotspur

16/1 –  Manchester United

18/1 –  Chelsea

28/1 –  Paris Saint Germain

28/1 –  Real Madrid

 


 

Update: 19.07.21

 

Chelsea have emerged as one of the leading contenders to get their hands on Harry Kane and Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy is allegedly more receptive to the Blues’ offer according to reports.

Over the past seven years, Kane has been one of the Premier League’s most consistent performers although as yet he hasn’t managed to land any silverware with Tottenham Hotspur. This has undoubtedly wrangled with the England captain and has led to speculation that he could be plying his trade elsewhere next season.

Very few clubs have the financial muscle required to lure Kane away from White Hart Lane and is his hefty valuation wasn’t already high enough to dissuade potential suitors from making an approach, the final straw would likely be negotiating with Levy.

One club which does have the financial clout required is Manchester City and they are now odds-on with some firms to lure Kane to the Etihad Stadium this summer, however reports suggest that Chelsea are offering a package which could be more appealing to Levy. The likes of Raheem Sterling, Riyad Mahrez, Aymeric Laporte and Gabriel Jesus have all been touted as potential bargaining chips with the latter capable of being a direct replacement for Kane at Spurs, however all of these are on much higher wages than the player that Chelsea would likely offer as a part exchange, namely Tammy Abraham.

Abraham would have little difficulty in slotting straight into the Tottenham Hotspur frontline and he has a proven ability to find the back of the net when afforded a consistent starting-eleven berth. His lower wage demands would Aldo ensure that Spurs wouldn’t have any issues fitting the player into the wage structure at the club.

Not only that but it has been reported that Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is prepared to free up a significant sum to secure a top-class striker this summer and this cash could be directed towards Kane. Throw in the inclusion of Abraham and Levy’s arm could be twisted.

 


 

Update: 16.07.21

 

Manchester City are desperate to sign a new striker before the end of the summer transfer window and reports indicate that they are readying themselves to make another bid for Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane.

It would appear that the reigning Premier League champions are set to increase their offer for Harry Kane now that the European Championships have drawn to a close. Euro 2020 has certainly slowed things down for City as they look to add to their firepower but with the new season fast approaching, the likelihood is that things will pick up the pace.

The Blues are also seeking to lure Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish to the Etihad Stadium and are eager to replace Sergio Aguero, the Three Lions skipper emerging as their main target. The Tottenham Hotspur talisman made clear his wish to leave his boyhood club this summer after another trophy less season, however a transfer to City isn’t that easy.

Kane has three years left on his Tottenham Hotspur contract and unsurprisingly his current employers aren’t that keen to let him go. Daniel Levy is reportedly determined to keep tight hold of the club’s most prized asset and speculation has suggested that the North Londoners have already rejected a £100 million bid from the Citizens.

Reports suggest that City would be more than happy to increase their bid in order to tempt Kane to the Etihad Stadium but the bookmakers have slashed the odds on Kane not signing for any other side before the end of the summer transfer window. Spurs may well be holding out for £150 million but while City will likely put in a counter bid, the likelihood is that they would have to let players such as Gabriel Jesus and Bernardo Silva go in order to release funds.

 


 

Update: 13.07.21

 

Having lost out on a European Championship medal, Harry Kane will be desperate to win some silverware and as yet he has failed to do so with Tottenham Hotspur. Nevertheless it seems that he is an impossible target for every club, including Manchester City who were tipped to get the England captain during the summer. According to reports, Tottenham Hotspur aren’t prepared to let the striker go at any price and they have already rejected an offer of £100 million from the Citizens. With a contract running until 2024, Kane looks set to remain a Spurs player for the foreseeable future and with City looking unlikely to increase their bid, it’s hard to envisage any other club forcing Daniel Levy’s hand.

Kane was denied the chance to get his hands on the European Championship trophy after Bukayo Saka agonisingly missed the fifth penalty in the shoot-out against Italy in the final on Sunday and many believe that this will push the striker closer to the exit door at White Hart Lane. Nevertheless with the club clearly reluctant to sell their star player for any price, the likelihood of him moving to the Etihad Stadium before the summer transfer window slams shut is looking very remote.

The England captain will be more desperate than ever to end his trophy drought, however he will almost certainly be returning to a Tottenham Hotspur side which finished a disappointing seventh in the Premier League last season and playing under a manager who finished thirteenth in the top-flight with Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2020/21. In all honesty, his chances of winning trophies in the new season are also very slim.

 

Harry Kane Next Club After Summer Transfer Window

 

4/7  –  Not to sign or agree any contract with another club

6/5  –  Manchester City

5/1  –  Manchester United

9/2  –  Chelsea

16/1 –  Paris Saint Germain

 

 


 

Update: 23.06.21

England captain Harry Kane has made it clear that he wishes to leave Tottenham Hotspur this summer and go in search of trophies, however while Manchester City have allegedly made a £100 million offer for the player, it is unlikely that the reigning Premier League champions will be making any attempts to sign any of their principal targets until Euro 2020 draws to a close next month.

As far as Tottenham Hotspur are concerned, they are in a very strong position to keep hold of their star striker given that he has just over three years left on his contract. He penned this contract back in 2018 in a deal which is believed to earn him around £200,000 per week.

Indeed it is unlikely that Spurs will be in any real need to sell Kane despite the big impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and some pundits believe that he will still be wearing a Tottenham Hotspur shirt when the summer transfer window slams shut.

Harry Kane enjoyed an excellent 2020/21 campaign with the Playmaker Award and Golden Boot in the Premier League, however in this summer’s European Championships he has struggled with the Three Lions. The Tottenham star has averaged just 1.5 shots per match in the tournament, his lowest return in any competition since he was on loan with Norwich City in 2012/13.

Man City remain firm favourites to get their hands on Kane this summer with most bookmakers going 10/11 on such a move while Chelsea are now second favourites at a general price of 9/2, ahead of Manchester United who are as high as 6/1.

 


 

Update: 22.06.21

Following reports that Manchester City have made a bid in the region of £100 million, the bookmakers have slashed the odds on Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane making a move to the Etihad Stadium this summer with most firms going odds-on about such a transfer.

Reports indicate that Pep Guardiola’s side are going after the England captain as a replacement for Sergio Aguero who departed from Man City recently and as such, the bookies continue to shorten the odds on the striker moving to the Premier League champions. Indeed no less than four different firms go odds-on at 10/11 and most bets on the market have been aimed towards a move to Man City before the transfer window slams shut.

Only a couple of months ago, the odds on Harry Kane staying put at White Hart Lane were as low as 1/10, thus implying a perceived probability of 91%, however the striker has since expressed a desire to leave Spurs. A move to Manchester City would clearly be seen as a progressive move, especially so since the likelihood of winning trophies at Tottenham is pretty slim right now.

At the time of writing, odds of 13/10 are on offer for Kane to remain at Tottenham Hotspur after the summer transfer window, while a move to Manchester City is next in the market at general odds of 9/2, although some firms go as short as 3/1.

Chelsea come in next at 6/1 while France side PSG are out at 16/1.

 


 

Update: 15.06.21

 

Right now, Harry Kane will be focusing purely on his involvement in England’s bid to become Euro2020 champions, however once the tournament comes to an end he will need to decide where his future lies with regard to club competition. The Tottenham Hotspur striker has made no secret of his desire to move away from White Hart Lane in the near future, however the bookies are of the opinion that he won’t be signing a new contract with any new club during the summer transfer window. Most firms go 10/11 that Kane stays put and will still be wearing a Tottenham Hotspur shirt at the start of the 2021/22 campaign, while a move to Manchester City has gone from being odds-on at 10/11 to as high as 6/4. Some bookies, including William Hill, still go odds-on about Kane moving to the Etihad Stadium this summer but the general consensus is that he will likely stay put for the time being.

Should Kane decide to up sticks and move to another club during the summer, then Manchester United are priced as low as 3/1 to secure his signature. Chelsea are a 9/2 punt with some firms to lure the England captain to Stamford Bridge before the start of the new Premier League campaign while a transfer to French side Paris Saint Germain is priced at 14/1, this suggesting that Kane’s preferred option is to remain in the English top-flight.

Given that Tottenham Hotspur are struggling to win trophies, few will be surprised that Kane is looking to move away from his boyhood club. A player of his undoubted ability should be winning silverware and it’s hard to see him doing this at White Hart Lane, at least in the near future. A move to Manchester City would be a progressive step as far as the player is concerned and this is surely the most logical next step for Kane, if not this summer then in the following transfer window.

 

Harry Kane Next Club After Summer Transfer Window

 

10/11 – Not to sign or agree any contract with another club

6/4  –  Manchester City

3/1  –  Manchester United

9/2  –  Chelsea

14/1 –  Paris Saint Germain

33/1 –  Real Madrid

 


 

Update: 04.06.21

Rumours abound as to where Harry Kane will be playing by the time the 2021/22 campaign springs into action, however the bookmakers now go odds-on that the England star will be staying put and will still be in a Tottenham Hotspur shirt after the summer. Most firms go 10/11 that Kane remains at White Hart Lane into the new season while a move to Manchester City can be backed as high as 13/8.

There were rumours that Mauricio Pochettino was close to signing a deal with Tottenham Hotspur and were he to fill the vacant managerial hot-seat, then this would perhaps sway Kane into staying with the club. Nevertheless Antonio Conte now appears to be the man for the Spurs job with some firms going as low as 1/20 that the Italian takes the post although that doesn’t appear to have had much influence on the ‘Harry Kane Next Club’ betting market.

Kane has made no secret of the fact that he wishes to leave Tottenham Hotspur and he can hardly be blamed given that the club have been struggling to lift silverware for many years now. An appearance in the Champions League Final (losing to Liverpool in 2019) is hardly something to get excited about for a player of his ability and as such, a move to Manchester City would be seen as a progressive step in the right direction.

Elsewhere in the market, Manchester United are as low as 7/2 to sign Kane this summer while Chelsea are a 9/2 punt. Next come PSG way out at 14/1, a clear sign that the player is set to remain in the Premier League, at least for the time being.

 


 

Update: 02.06.21

 

Mauricio Pochettino has emerged as favourite to take over at Tottenham Hotspur during the summer and with Harry Kane having made no secret of the fact that he regards the Argentinian as a “great friend”, the England star has remained tight-lipped as to whether such an appointment could tempt him to stay at White Hart Lane after the summer transfer window.

Spurs have been holding talks with Pochettino over a return to the North London club, however current employers PSG have denied all reports of such a move. Nevertheless Pochettino is apparently interested in returning to Spurs and on this basis the bookies have slashed the odds on Kane staying put after the summer. Most firms go 13/10 that Harry Kane is a Tottenham Hotspur player on the opening day of the 2021/22 Premier League campaign while a move to Man City – once thought to be very much on the cards – has drifted in the market from odds-on to a general 11/8.

Kane has expressed a desire to depart from his boyhood club and he reckons he has an agreement with club chairman Daniel Levy which would allow him to move to pastures new, the likes of Manchester City and Manchester United certain to have an interest in the striker who hopes to stay in the Premier League.

Prior to the end of the season, Kane talked up the friendship he has with Pochettino and stated his hope that PSG would go on to win the Champions League, prior to their eventual exit at the semi-final stage. Regarding this friendship, he said: “He was the boss, the leader, the one that set the standards in how we played and how we trained. So friendship would never get in the way of what he did on the football side of things.

“But we became friends in that the things we did and talked about went beyond football.”

 


 

Update: 25.05.21

Following the news that Harry Kane is seriously considering moving away from White Hart Lane, the bookies have priced up reigning champions Manchester City as odds-on favourites to secure his services.

The big news right now in the Premier League is that Harry Kane is considering a move away from Tottenham Hotspur and this should come as little surprise to anyone. A player like Kane should be winning trophies by the bucketload but the reality couldn’t be further from the truth. Spurs won’t even be appearing in the Champions League next season and it’s entirely understandable that Kane wants to move to a club which offers him brighter prospects.

As things stand, this club would appear to be Manchester City and the bookies now go a general 10/11 that he ends up at the Etihad Stadium after the 2021 summer transfer window slams shut. Indeed Kane has already made it clear that he wants to win silverware and he outlined just what he wants from his next club – whoever that may be – the England star saying that he feels as though he still has eight more years of improvement ahead of him.

With an FA Cup, four League Cups and three Premier League titles in four years, it’s not hard to understand why Kane would be looking at a move to Manchester City, especially if his principal motivation is trophies. He will have witnessed Kyle Walker make the move from Tottenham Hotspur to Manchester City and win every piece of domestic silverware and possibly go one further by adding a Champions League medal later this month.

In comparison, Spurs are out of contention for a Champions League berth and may not even manage European football at all should they fail to win at the weekend and other results go against them. If Kane wants big European games, then Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea are surely going to be his big targets. If he wants to be in with a chance of appearing in the latter stages of these big European competitions, then City are by far his best bet.

 

Harry Kane Next Club After Summer Transfer Window

 

10/11 – Manchester City

7/2  –  Manchester United

15/2 –  Chelsea

9/1  –  PSG

20/1 –  Real Madrid

28/1 –  Barcelona

33/1 –  Juventus

40/1 –  Liverpool

250/1 – Arsenal

 


 

20.05.21

Manchester United and Manchester City will be keen to get their hands on the Tottenham Hotspur hitman after he expressed a desire to leave White Hart Lane during the summer months.

The news broke yesterday that Harry Kane is interested in leaving Tottenham Hotspur during the summer and this has put a handful of clubs on red alert. Should Kane actually leave White Hart Lane in the next few months, then the likelihood is that he will remain in the Premier League with recently-crowned champions Manchester City, the bookies going a general 6/5 that we see him at the Etihad Stadium in a City shirt next term. This should come as a surprise to no-one given City’s magnetic pulling power and the fact that Pep Guardiola will be seeking a new number 10 now that Sergio Aguero is on his way out.

It might be that Kane will be teaming up with Bruno Fernandes at Old Trafford, the bookies going 7/2 that he moves to Old Trafford. The odds on such a move coming to fruition have shortened since the market opened although the extension of Cavani’s contract may make this unlikely. A few outsiders come in next with Chelsea 15/2 to get their hands on the Spurs favourite and PSG out at 9/1. Real Madrid are 20/1 to get their man while 25/1 says he will move to Barcelona.

Does Kane really intend to move elsewhere or is this just a plan to be offered a mega contract? Tottenham have been struggling to win silverware of late and Kane has commented on this, therefore it shouldn’t come as a surprise that he would consider a move elsewhere. Here we have a world class striker who has scored 32 goals and 16 assists in his 47 competitive outings this season and a player of this calibre should be winning trophies year after year.