Premier League champions are favourites to sign England captain after he reportedly revealed desire to leave Spurs this summer says Max Liu...
"He is said to be open to a move to Spain but, in the betting, Barcelona 25/1 and Real Madrid 20/1, are rated less likely destinations than Paris Saint-Germain 9/1 where Kane could be reunited with Mauricio Pochettino."
Manchester City are 2/1 to sign Harry Kane this summer after the England captain told Tottenham that he wants to leave the club.
The Premier League champions, who will see Sergio Aguero leave at the end of the season, are believed to be in the market for a striker and Kane could fit the bill. Mind you, City are also leading the betting in the race to sign Erling Haaland from Dortmund and they would be unlikely to sign both.
Manchester United 13/5 will also be interested in landing Kane but, with United failing to mount a serious title challenge since Sir Alex Ferguson's departure in 2013, the forward may be reluctant to join Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's project.
Chelsea 15/2 lack a clinical edge and a striker with the ability to score 20 plus goals a season would be a crucial addition to Thomas Tuchel's team. Kane, however, grew up supporting Spurs and his risen through the club's ranks, so would be unlikely to join their London rivals.
While remaining in England is his preference Kane is said to be open to a move to Spain but, in the betting, Barcelona 25/1 and Real Madrid 20/1, are rated less likely destinations than Paris Saint-Germain 9/1 where Kane could link up again with former Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino.
At 27, Kane feels frustrated at the club's failure to challenge for major trophies and the prospect of another season without Champions League football. With three years remaining on his contract, however, they will not let him go cheaply.
Daniel Levy is a notoriously hardheaded negotiator, as United discovered in 2009 when they paid a then record transfer fee to take Betfair Ambassador Dimitar Berbatov from north London to Manchester.
Kane's immediate priority is to win the Premier League Golden Boot award where he's level on 22 goals with Mo Salah going into the final two fixtures of the season.
After that Kane's focus will shift to leading England into this summer's Euro 2020 tournament where the Three Lions are 6.25/1 favourites.
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