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Harry Kane is one of the best strikers the Premier League has ever seen. His ability to not only score goals but drop deep as a playmaker and create goals for his teammates makes him a true force to be reckoned with.
Despite all this, his career is still very much an enigma. He is at the peak of his powers at the age of 30 and is still yet to win a single trophy. This largely comes down to the teams he’s played in. It’s pretty much been a rebuild at Spurs every other season with Kane being one of the few constants at the football club. It’s no surprise to see that he wants a fresh challenge.
After failing to secure a move for the past two summers it feels like it could finally be Kane’s time to depart Spurs. This is why we’re having a deep dive into the Harry Kane next club odds to see if there’s any value in betting on the strikers’ transfer.
His future at Spurs is definitely uncertain and many think he may be on the move, so if you don’t have an account, you can back his next destination by using the sign-up below. Not only will you get access to all Paddy Power markets, but you’ll have your first bet refunded in full up to £30 even if it loses.
Harry Kane next permanent club odds
|Potential Club||Odds (via PaddyPower)|
|Not to sign or agree a contract with any other club||1.85|
|Paris St Germain||15.00|
Kane to ditch Premier League for Bundesliga with Bayern?
Since the departure of Robert Lewandowski last summer, it’s no secret that Bayern have struggled. They signed Sadio Mane from Liverpool as a replacement which hasn’t entirely worked out. The Barvarians were dumped out of the UCL by a 4-1 aggregate score against Man City and they came extremely close to fumbling the Bundesliga title to Dortmund for the first time since 2012.
It’s clear that they miss the impact of an out and out striker, who better than Kane to fill this void? It has been reported by top Bayern journalist, Christian Falk that personal terms have been agreed and the only thing left to be agreed upon is the transfer fee with Spurs. Otherwise known as, the trickiest part of the deal.
Spurs chairman, Daniel Levy has been known to be one of the most difficult men to make deals with in football and Bayern are a team who typically refuse to overpay for players. It will certainly be interesting to see how this one plays out.
One thing on Bayern’s side is the fact they’re not a direct competitor of Spurs. It is likely that Levy would much rather ship Kane abroad than allow him to continue terrorising Premier League defences in another team’s kit. This is largely why Bayern are ranked at the top of the Harry Kane next club odds.
Kane to follow Sherringham’s footsteps swapping Spurs for United
Manchester United are another side that are desperate for a world class striker. They need someone to come in and guarantee two things, goals and longevity. There have been many times in United’s past where they have signed an older striker on a short term contract to plug a gap. Cavani, Ibrahimovic and Ronaldo spring to mind.
These players all had their own form of success with the club, but the constant striker turnover causes more distress than positive at United. They have previously been linked with Victor Osimhen and Rasmus Hojlund but it seems that manager Erik ten Hag would prefer the services of the England captain.
The two clubs are known for doing business for strikers, United signed both Teddy Sherringham and Dimitar Berbatov from Spurs. This is why United are still one of the front runners to land Kane’s signature and sit second of the Harry Kane next club odds, but with the Bayern news emerging- they may have to look at other targets.
Could Kane reunite with Bellingham at Real Madrid?
Real Madrid are also thought to be long term admirers of the Spurs no.10. The departure of Balon D’or winner Karim Benzema boosted Real in the Harry Kane next club odds hugely. Los Blancos are in desperate need of a striker.
They were heavily linked with Chelsea’s Kai Havertz but he now looks Arsenal bound. We know they’re constantly monitoring Mbappe but that is a deal that would be very hard to fund after they signed Jude Bellingham for a club record £115m. Harry Kane is almost ideal for them.
He can drop deep like Benzema did in order to give Vinicius Jr and Rodrygo the space to go in behind, so their tactics wouldn’t need to change. He also already knows Bellingham from playing for England, which would help them both settle in quicker.
The deal isn’t just perfect for Real either, it’s also perfect for Kane. No love would be lost for him by Spurs fans and he’d have a very high chance of finally winning a trophy. This move seems to be a match made in heaven.
We see the best value here being one of Real Madrid or Manchester United. The odds being 5.5 make them potentially very lucrative bets. We will be backing Kane to sign for Manchester United this summer.
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