England fans have backed Harry Kane to set Euro 2016 alight, with Ladbrokes taking a record number of bets on the Tottenham star firing the Three Lions to glory.
One high-rolling Kane super fan has plonked £10,000 on the Spurs star to pick up the Golden Boot, which would net a cool £160,000 win.
And customers have come out in record numbers to plonk their cash on Kane netting first against Russia at 4/1, just as he did in the recent friendly win against Turkey.
Meanwhile, 9/4 says the 23-year-old finishes Euro 2016 with the most goals for Roy’s Boys
It’s also 8s for England to lift the trophy – a triumph which could see the young striker swap his status as Citizen Kane for the title of Sir Harry, with odds of a knighthood cut from 50/1 to 20/1.
If Roy Hodgson’s men are to triumph this summer, there’s a chance their scoring sensation could ditch the celebrations with Wayne Rooney and co. in favour of a Royal welcome.
It’s 25s for the former Leicester City loanee to bag an invite for dinner at Buckingham Palace – completing his journey from the King Power Stadium to the Queen’s dining table.
A Ladbrokes spokesperson said: “Fans across England are confident Kane will be unstoppable this summer. Record cash is riding on him firing the Three Lions to Euros glory.”
They added: “Some are even already even predicting a knighthood for the striker. One thing’s for sure though, if he does get amongst the goals we’ll be well and truly Kane-d with monster payouts.”
Ladbrokes Latest Odds:
Harry Kane specials:
Kane to Score first against Russia – 4/1
To be top England goalscorer at Euro 2016 – 9/4
To be Premier League top scorer at Euro 2016 – 8/1
To win the Golden Boot at Euro 2016 – 16/1
To be Knighted – 20/1
To be invited for dinner at Buckingham Palace – 25/1
To be Player of the Tournament – 20/1
Kane to Score anytime against Russia – 6/4
England Euro 2016 specials:
Top goalscorer and tournament winners double: England/Harry Kane – 50/1
England to win the tournament – 8/1
England v Germany: tournament Final – 25/1
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing