Harry Kane’s greatness can be encapsulated by one simple stat: the striker scored 30 league goals in 38 matches for a Spurs team that finished 8th in the Premier League last season. Always great on an individual level, the Englishman has nothing to show in terms of collective achievements. His Champions League runner-up medal is his highest honour to date.
Kane is turning 30 this July, so he doesn’t have that much time left at the top level. The player has just one more year left on his contract, meaning that Spurs either sell him this summer, be it at cut-price, or they risk losing him for free next year, so no wonder Harry Kane’s transfer odds have been increasing.
List of latest Harry Kane Odds
As is often the case, when it comes to Harry Kane’s next club odds, the safest bet is that nothing will happen and the player will stay put. Tottenham wanted Kane to stay, but the free-scoring English center forward has not shown signs of willingness to sign a new deal with Spurs. So in July Tottenham have reportedly begun drawing up a plan on how they will use their new-found funds if Harry Kane leaves. However, if some club is to snatch the 29-year-old striker, Bayern Munich are considered the obvious favourite by the bookies.
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The Bavarians were crowned Bundesliga champions last season only thanks to a disastrous last-match performance from their arch-rivals Borussia Dortmund. Sadio Mane as the striker clearly does not work for Bayern, so it is no surprise that their new manager Thomas Tuchel, who should know Kane very well from his time in England, is so insistent on the transfer.
As per the latest rumours, the German club has submitted an improved offer for the player. Club chairman Daniel Levy reportedly wants no less than £100 million, but Kane’s willingness to join Bayern may force him to lower the demands. Considering the context, it is no surprise that the Bavarians top Harry Kane’s next club odds. Bayern Munich is holding talks with Tottenham regarding Harry Kane.
Man United have been long-time admirers of England’s captain, and they are in the race this summer as well. Erik Ten Hag’s men finished 3rd last season and secured Champions League football. To capitalize on that success, the team needs a modern striker who understands the Dutchman’s style and who can secure at least 20 goals per season – Kane fits both boxes.
However, Spurs seem unwilling to sell their main asset to a direct rival, so it would take a lot of convincing (and a hefty sum) to secure such a deal.
On the one hand, a move to Chelsea would mean Kane reuniting with his former manager Mauricio Pochettino and staying in the same city (Harry even is claimed to be building a mansion in the vicinity of Chelsea’s training grounds). On the other hand, the Blues are kickstarting a new project this summer, having brought in their 3rd new manager in the span of one year. Chelsea cannot offer the striker European football either after finishing 12th last year – not ideal if you want to win titles, Harry.
Additionally, Chelsea have plenty of strikers on the team, and while those names might not be on Kane’s level, a new striker is certainly not a top priority for reinforcements. Latest news reports suggest that Manchester United and Chelsea could be back in the race for Kane.
The Parisians do need a striker, and they have the money to land Kane. Sources in France report that the 29-year-old is on PSG’s wishlist. The question is whether he would be willing to move across the English Channel.
Kane would be almost guaranteed to win some titles in Paris, as last season showed that even a dysfunctional PSG team (just 60% league wins after the World Cup break) has enough class to beat the competition in Ligue 1. However, it might take a lot of convincing to get one of the best strikers of the generation to move to a league that is barely competitive and enter a dressing room as toxic as PSG’s.
Real Madrid lost their captain and leader Karim Benzema at the end of the season as the Frenchman accepted a lucrative offer from Saudi Arabia. If Carlo Ancelotti wants a player that would make Benzema’s departure go unnoticed, there is no better choice than Harry Kane. The two are very similar in build-up capabilities, scoring skills and understanding of the game.
After only finishing with Copa del Rey last season, it is evident that the team needs reinforcements in several positions. The issue, though, is that President Florentino Perez has stopped splurging money like he did during the Galacticos era. After spending £88 million on Jude Bellingham, Madrid are unlikely to make another big transfer this summer (only Kylian Mbappe could change that).