Harry Kane transfer odds: City odds-on to land England captain
Harry Kane transfer odds and clubs in the running
Harry Kane led England to the European Championship final with four goals but attention has now turned to his immediate future having revealed before the start of the tournament he wished to leave Tottenham where he has spent his whole career.
Manchester City are 4/6 in the Harry Kane transfer odds to land one of the hottest strikers on the planet so we’re taking a look at which clubs can afford the Spurs striker who is expected to command a nine-figure fee.
Manchester City are clearly in the market for a new striker after Sergio Aguero ended his 10-year stay at the club to join Barcelona on a two-year contract.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy revealed in an interview in June that he would “do whatever is right for Tottenham” before going on to say that the club had lost £200million because of the pandemic, revenue which could not be recovered.
City reportedly made a £100million offer for the prolific 27-year-old forward in June which was thought to have been rejected but that is unlikely to put off the Premier League champions.
The Red Devils are close to completing the £73million signing of Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund but that won’t stop them trying to snatch England skipper Kane from under the noses of their rivals.
Edinson Cavani agreed a new deal in May to stay at the club for another season but the Uruguay striker will turn 35 in February and is not a long-term solution to United’s search for an experienced forward.
Marcus Rashford is set to miss the first two months of the season in order to have surgery on a shoulder injury which would leave the inconsistent Anthony Martial and teenager Mason Greenwood as back-up strikers.
United are 9/2 in the Harry Kane transfer odds to secure the biggest signing in the club’s history.
The Blues enjoyed a fantastic season under Thomas Tuchel who steered the club to a second Champions League title, but the feeling remains that a traditional centre forward is needed to convert the chances provided by their wing-backs and wide players.
Timo Werner struggled in front of goal and in the latter part of the season Kai Havertz was deployed in a false nine role.
Levy would probably never be forgiven for selling their prize asset to one of their arch rivals, but the Blues are 8/1 in the Harry Kane transfer odds to improve their squad immeasurably.
Paris St Germain
PSG have added fresh blood to their squad with Georginio Wijnaldum, Sergio Ramos and Achraf Hakimi joining the club, while Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma is also thought to be heading to Paris after his contract at AC Milan expired.
Kylian Mbappe has been linked with a move to Real Madrid and money never seems to be an issue at Paris St Germain, but would Kane want to up sticks and move to another country? He is 13/1 to move to the French capital.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication