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Harry Kane transfer odds: Manchester giants lead the way

| 18.05.2021

Harry Kane has reportedly told Tottenham he wants to leave the club and would like his future to be settled before the European Championship.

We make the England skipper 1/2 to leave his boyhood club before the summer and 7/4 to stay at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with Kane thought to want to remain in the Premier League.

Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati said: “Kane may well be kicking himself for signing such a long contract back in 2018 and with no real reason to sell, there’s every chance Daniel Levy doesn’t budge and the England ace is still playing for Spurs after the summer transfer window.”

There are plenty of clubs in the running to sign one of the world’s best strikers so we’re looking at the Harry Kane transfer odds and potential destinations.

Manchester City

The Premier League champions are in the market for a new striker after revealing Sergio Aguero will leave the club in the summer.

Ferran Torres, 21, scored a hat-trick against Newcastle recently but lacks the experience to be a regular goalscorer while Gabriel Jesus has not quite risen to the challenge of filling Aguero’s boots, with Pep Guardiola often leaving out the Brazilian in favour of a false nine.

City are one of the club’s that could afford the reported £120million transfer fee and are available at 7/4 to land the prolific Spurs striker.

Manchester United

United, like City and Chelsea, are thought to have made contact with the England man’s representatives in a bid to persuade him to join their club which is 5/2 in the Harry Kane transfer odds.

The Red Devils have already convinced Edinson Cavani to stay for another year but at 34 the Uruguay striker does not have long left until the end of his career and cannot be relied upon to play in every game.

Kane would be ideal for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad and an inspirational figure for some of the club’s youngsters like Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood.


Timo Werner is struggling to adapt to the pace of the Premier League, so owner Roman Abramovich would gladly trade the German to get his hands on Spurs’ prized asset.

Tammy Abraham and Olivier Giroud have been left out in the cold by head coach Thomas Tuchel and 27-year-old Kane would be the ideal addition to convert the chances supplied by the Blues’ roving full-backs and wingers.

Kane is 6/1 to move to Stamford Bridge but would Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy sell to one of their London rivals and risk ostracising the club’s supporters?

The rest

PSG are 9/1 to add to a squad already containing Kylian Mbappe and Neymar while Liverpool are 20/1 to bring Kane to Anfield, although one of their four frontmen would likely have to be sold as a makeweight.

Real Madrid and Barcelona flopped in the Champions League and are 20/1 and 33/1 respectively to bring Kane to Spain.

Money may be the problem for the Spanish giants and, with Kane preferring to stay in England, they are going to have to pull out all the stops to land their man.

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All odds and markets correct as of date of publication



Warren Barner