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Harry Kane just 15/8 to quit Tottenham next summer

| 14.11.2016

Harry Kane could be set for a dramatic Tottenham exit, according to the latest odds.

With talks over a new contract at White Hart Lane reportedly stalling, the bookies make it just 15/8 that Kane leaves Spurs in next summer’s transfer window.

Liverpool are 5/2 favourites to prise the striker away from north London, while it’s 4/1 that Kane follows in Gareth Bale and Luka Modric’s footsteps by joining Real Madrid.

Manchester United and Manchester City are also in contention at 6/1.

And a bold hop across the capital to rivals Arsenal isn’t being ruled out at 12/1.

A Ladbrokes spokesperson said: “A departure from the Lane would be devastating for Tottenham fans, but after today’s revelations we’ve been left with no choice but to price up potential destinations.”

“Jurgen Klopp’s Reds lead the betting, but Real Madrid have history in handpicking Spurs’ finest talents.”

A shock January departure seems unlikely at 14/1, but Chelsea are also in contention for Kane’s signature at 6/1.

Italian giants Juventus are also 6/1 shots, with Bayern Munich 7/1 and Barcelona available at 8s.

PSG complete the list of potential continental suitors at 10/1.

Having recently recovered from injury, Kane will be hoping to let his football do the talking when Tottenham host West Ham this Saturday.

The bookies make Spurs 1/2 favourites for victory at White Hart Lane.

Ladbrokes latest betting

Harry Kane Specials

Harry Kane to leave Tottenham in January – 14/1

Harry Kane to leave Tottenham in next summer transfer window – 15/8

Harry Kane next permanent club:

Liverpool – 5/2

Real Madrid – 4/1

Manchester United – 5/1

Manchester City – 6/1

Chelsea – 6/1

Juventus – 6/1

Bayern Munich – 7/1

Barcelona – 8/1

PSG – 10/1

Arsenal – 12/1

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.