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Next Harry Kane Club Odds: Spurs lead the market to hold on to England captain

Next Harry Kane Club Odds: Spurs lead the market to hold on to England captain

Two summers ago, Harry Kane informed Spurs that he wanted to leave and make the move to Manchester City. He thought that a Gentleman’s Agreement was in place with Chairman Daniel Levy to leave. That turned out not to be the case. Now with only one year left on his contract, what will happen next? We take a look at the odds…

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Here at Betfred HQ in Manchester I spoke to the Head of Content (a Spurs fan) this morning over whether Kane would stay at the club. The response and an emphatic yes and that Tottenham wouldn’t spend the money wisely anyway. What they did with that transfer fee still has scars with fans of the club clearly.

Well the traders here just about agree as Spurs are the 6/5 favourite to keep the England captain for at least one more season. It is going to be a situation the club have to deal with head on, either cash in or face losing Kane for nothing in 12 months time.

If they do decide to sell then the likelihood of Daniel Levy doing business with any other club in the Premier League seems scant. Selling him to Real Madrid however is something probably slightly more palatable. The Spanish giants have seen Karim Benzema leave for a mega-rich deal in Saudi Arabia and plenty of reports have named Kane as their top target to replace the Frenchman. 5/4 is our price and if you look solely at the odds, it seems like a two-horse race.

Manchester United need a striker and they are listed as the third choice in the betting priced up at 5/1. That move would make plenty of sense for both player and United but whether Spurs would do business with their top-flight rivals is another matter altogether. That transfer would surprise me.

Bayern Munich are being linked with Declan Rice but they are also the 12/1 fourth favourites to have Harry Kane playing for them next season. This is another move that would make plenty of sense as it would give the 29-year-old a club that is fighting for silverware on multiple fronts every campaign and have a realistic shot of winning every competition they enter. Something he hasn’t had during his time with Spurs.

Chelsea have been spending money with gay abandon since their new ownership came in and there is little doubt they would stump up the cash to bring Kane to the club but with no Champions League to offer, would he even give them a second look?

Newcastle are also listed at 33/1 as are PSG (50s) and both Manchester City and Barcelona at 66/1 but they are all very very longshots.

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