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Harry Kane is England’s talisman of the Gareth Southgate era, leading the line with distinction for club and country with a mentality most footballers would dream of having.
He has spent his club career at Tottenham Hotspur and though it has enabled him to break a number of personal records, including becoming England and Spurs’ record goalscorer, he is yet to taste team success and with every summer that passes, his chance to win trophies befitting of one of the world’s best strikers diminishes.
The Harry Kane next club odds are linking the ex-Leyton Orient, Millwall and Leicester City loanee with the biggest and best clubs around the world, and we are here to take an in-depth look at the clubs hoping to land one of this generation’s finest footballers.
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HARRY KANE NEXT PERMANENT CLUB ODDS
|Stay at Tottenham
Bayern munich not resting on their laurels
Despite winning an 11th straight Bundesliga title, 2022/23 was a concerning campaign for Bayern Munich and the club’s hierarchy has been altered as a result. Only winning the league title on goal difference, with a modest total of 71 points, alongside being comfortably beaten by Manchester City in the Champions League has increased the importance of the summer window for the Bavarians.
Tottenham have already rejected a £70 million bid from Bayern, as per The Athletic, and Kane has agreed personal terms with the German champions according to Bild. With only one year remaining on his contract Kane could be affordable for Bayern this summer, with player departures expected to enhance their transfer kitty.
BBC Sport have reported that a fresh and improved offer is expected to be placed. All of that would suggest that the short but backable price of 8/11 in the Harry Kane transfer odds represents value in the market, with the possibility that Kane is content sacrificing his shot at becoming the all-time Premier League top scorer to pursue the biggest trophies in European football with Bayern.
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Will Kane stay at tottenham for the final year of his contract?
Perhaps the most likely scenario at present is Harry Kane remaining at his boyhood club, as represented by the Harry Kane next club odds.
We first have to consider the likelihood of new manager Ange Postecoglou and Daniel Levy being hit with a big enough bid to part company with a player who embodies Spurs’ hopes of ending their trophy drought and returning to the Champions League. The pull of a new era in North London under Postecoglou may be impacting the Harry Kane next club odds.
The 29-year-old is plenty incentivised too. He is well paid for the job he does at Spurs. It hasn’t halted his ambitions to lead England, for whom he has already broken goalscoring records and is en route to break the record number of caps too. He also wouldn’t have to uproot his family life.
Furthermore, Ange Postecoglou has been attracted to the role with the intent to change things for the better at Spurs and part of those discussions may have involved ensuring Harry Kane remains at the club to lead yet another new era for Spurs as he looks to right the wrongs of Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte.
The Harry Kane next club odds are still suggesting that the England captain is odds-on to stay at Spurs.
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Real Madrid to ask Harry Kane to join jude Bellingham?
Florentino Perez has embarked upon the difficult task of evolving an ageing Real Madrid squad in recent years. Gone are Cristiano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos, Gareth Bale, Raphael Varane, Marcelo, Casemiro, Eden Hazard and Karim Benzema. And though Thibaut Courtois, Dani Carvajal, Toni Kroos and Luka Modric remain, the forward line is lacking a talismanic, leading figure.
Harry Kane could be the perfect fit. For starters, he isn’t too dissimilar in style from Benzema, an ageing figure who was less aggressive in his approach but technically sound and a top-class finisher. With so many young talents in and around the forward line who want to break lines and run in behind, Kane’s quality, composure and willingness to drop off could be perfect.
The club have signed Joselu on loan from Espanyol, the ex-Newcastle United striker is now involved with the Spanish national team, but he doesn’t fit the Galactico style of Perez. Kane is England’s record goalscorer and captain and could join team-mate Jude Bellingham in the Real Madrid squad for the upcoming campaign.