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Harry Kane Transfer News & Odds


Harry Kane Transfer News & Odds

The discussion around Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham has been surrounding the England captain for years. Spurs’ failure to progress and compete for trophies, especially under managers like Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte who have won numerous competitions during their managerial career, has seen many question whether England’s international record goalscorer deserves a move to get his hand on some silverware before it’s too late.

The 29-year-old looked certain to be on the way to Manchester City to fulfil his trophy ambitions last season before the incoming Conte persuaded Kane to lead his new side. But with Conte sacked, and just one year remaining on his current Spurs contract, it looks like now more than ever that Kane could leave the North London club. Here are the sides that could look to snap him up.

Manchester United Odds: 11/8

Manchester United are the early favourites to land the Spurs striker, with it being no secret that Erik Ten Hag will be looking to bring in a centre-forward to spearhead his attack after a strong first season at Old Trafford.

Ten Hag has got the Red Devils looking promising with Carabao Cup glory, an FA Cup final, and a likely top-four finish in his first season in charge. The Dutchman has made some good changes to the squad, but there is still room for improvement if they are to progress even more – starting with filling the void up front. United have relied on goal from Marcus Rashford’s goals this season, with the winger notching up 16 league goals in his best goalscoring season, with the next highest scorer being Bruno Fernandes on just five goals.

After offloading Cristiano Ronaldo and Anthony Martial having another season plagued by injuries, Burnley loanee Wout Weghorst has been the only out-and-out centre forward for much of the season. The 30-year-old has failed to really have an impact for the United though, scoring just once so far this season. A prolific scorer, such as Kane who is proven in the Premier League and chasing Alan Shearer’s 260-Premier League goal record, could be just what United are looking for to play alongside Rashford and elevate their attack with even more goals. Ten Hag’s project could also be tempting for Kane to buy into, with the prospect of silverware – like they won this season - looking more appealing than staying with Spurs.

Kane is priced at 11/8 to make the switch from Tottenham to Manchester United in the summer - click on the link to claim this bet in your bet slip!

Chelsea Odds: 8/1

Another team in dire need of a talisman is Chelsea, who will be looking for a striker to come in and save them after an awful 2022/23 campaign.

The West London outfit have had a nightmare season, set to finish in a mid-table spot despite spending over £600milllion in the summer. The Blues have failed to get all their signings working together, and still have a big hole up top. Joao Felix came in on loan, joining Kai Havertz as one of those forward players who has featured up front, despite not really being a recognised striker and more of a playmaker. The signing of Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang has failed to make an impact, as the former Barcelona man looks set to leave following just one league goal all season. Kane could go in and become the focal point of Chelsea’s attack, whoever their manager is next season.

The main reason Kane has been linked to a move across London though is because Mauricio Pochettino is rumoured to become the next man to take charge of Chelsea. The former Spurs boss had a great relationship with Kane during his time in North London and you would expect him to jump at the chance to resign his former striker for his new project.

Chelsea are priced at 8/1 to acquire Kane from Tottenham in the summer.

Newcastle Odds: 14/1

Newcastle could really make a statement of intent by landing the England captain.

Since their Saudi Arabian takeover, Newcastle have made some shrewd acquisitions, but the big-name signing of Kane would really kickstart their future as they look to eventually challenge at the top of the table. It has also been said that Kane is desperate to break Shearer’s goalscoring record, so a move to another Premier League side is likely – potentially even Shearer’s former club!

Newcastle have the funds available to pay the big money if Spurs Chairman Daniel Levy wants to keep hold of Kane as long as possible, and with Champions League football at St James Park, Kane could be persuaded to move to the North East.

Kane is priced at 14/1 to make a sensational switch to Newcastle.

Bayern Munich Odds: 16/1

Since Robert Lewandowski swapped Bavaria for Barcelona last summer, Bayern Munich are yet to replace the Polish marksman. Harry Kane could be the man to come in and be the important goal-scorer up front for the German side.

Their Champions League tie with Manchester City highlighted Bayern’s need for a new frontman, with no real threat up top. Thomas Tuchel’s side are blessed with electric, pacey wingers such as Sadio Mane, Kingsley Coman, Serge Gnabry, and Leroy Sane – but there isn’t really a central figure that can fire them to European glory. Former Stoke striker Eric Maxim Choupa-Moting is one of a few number 9s, but the 34-year-old has struggled with injuries and could be improved upon. Bringing in Kane would strengthen Bayern’s attacking threat whilst giving Kane the opportunity to clinch a domestic league, with Bayern the usual Bundesliga favourites.

Bayern are priced at 16/1 to sign Kane.

PSG Odds: 20/1

Paris Saint-Germain could try to lure Harry Kane to France in a move that would surely see the England captain get his hands on some major silverware, whilst also potentially seeing the Parisians move closer to that elusive Champions League crown.

Since the Qatari Sports Investment took ownership of the French outfit, PSG have dominated French football. They have won eight of the last ten Ligue 1 titles and are on course to become the most decorated side in the league, with a record-breaking 11th title likely to be the case at the end of this season. A move to France would see Kane certainly be in with a chance of finally getting his hands on a domestic league.

PSG have a team of superstars, but with Kylian Mbappe, Neymar, and Lionel Messi all more suited to drifting inside off the wing – Kane could be the last piece of the puzzle to fire the Parisians to the title.

Kane is priced at 20/1 to move to the champions of Ligue 1.