Tottenham Hotspur talisman Harry Kane may be looking at a new club and angling for a move away from his boyhood club. The prolific striker’s desire to win major honours could finally see him and Spurs part ways this summer.
The England international centre-forward, who turns 30 in July, is entering the final year of his current contract with Tottenham and though many reports suggest chairman Daniel Levy would be happy to lose Kane for free in 12 months, there is a chance that Spurs could take the opportunity to cash in on their prized asset before September.
Kane scored a blistering 30 goals in the Premier League for a struggling Tottenham outfit last season and his prowess in the final third means that he would have no shortage of suitors should he secure a transfer away from North London this summer.
Below, we’ve taken a look at some possible destinations for Harry Kane's next club alongside the latest odds for each outcome.
Harry Kane latest transfer odds
Real Madrid – 3/1
With iconic French forward Karim Benzema seeking out new pastures (and buckets of money) in Saudi Arabia, there is suddenly a gaping hole in Los Blancos’ frontline and Harry Kane is one of few strikers capable of being a like-for-like replacement for the lethal Frenchman.
However, Kylian Mbappe’s planned exit from PSG has probably knocked Kane down the pecking order on Real’s list of preferred attacking targets this summer. Madrid are expected to push hard for the 24-year-old Les Blues superstar, though if they fail to wrangle Mbappe from the Ligue 1 champions, they could return for Kane later in the transfer window.
Despite only have a year left on his deal, Tottenham have slapped a £100m valuation on Kane’s head, though Real Madrid would be reluctant to part with that much cash for a player about to enter his thirties.
Manchester United – 9/1
Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag is believed to be a massive admirer of Harry Kane and in an ideal world, the Dutchman would sign the Three Lions star to spearhead his team next season. However, a number of reports have indicated that Tottenham have refused to entertain any bids from Kane from the Red Devils.
Spurs’ shot-caller Daniel Levy has insisted that he would only sanction a move away for Kane if the 29-year-old found a foreign suitor. Levy’s reluctance to do business with a Premier League rival could scupper any switch to Man Utd, just like it wrecked Kane’s hopes of joining Manchester City last year
Bayern Munich – 16/1
Bayern Munich are gearing up for an extensive squad rebuild this summer after last season’s failure in the Champions League and their unconvincing Bundesliga title triumph on the final day of the campaign, and the Bavarian big hitters would love to add Harry Kane to their list of summer recruits.
Bayern have yet to replace the presence and goals of Robert Lewandowski in the final third and Kane has the skill set to hit massive numbers in the German top tier, where defenders are of a slightly lower standard compared to the Premier League. However, convincing Kane to move to a lesser league could prove tricky.
Kane to stay at Tottenham – 1/2
The bookmakers think that Harry Kane staying with Tottenham is currently the likeliest outcome this summer and it’s easy to see why they have arrived at that prediction. Daniel Levy has point-blank refused to sell Kane to another Premier League club, while the striker himself has reportedly made it clear that he isn’t interested in moving abroad and that his preference is for a Premier League stay.
Kane is closing in on Alan Shearer’s all-time Premier League goalscoring record and holding the title as the competition’s most prolific marksman ever is believed to be one of his primary aspirations. Shearer’s total is 260 and with Kane (213) making ground on the ex-Blackburn and Newcastle striker, he could conceivably pass out his predecessor inside the next two seasons.
Staying with Tottenham would allow Kane to chase Shearer down and perhaps the arrival of new boss Ange Postecoglou could spark the kind revival at the North London outfit that could convince Kane to stay with Spurs for the long term.