Harry Kane Next Club Odds: Could a move to Germany be on the cards?

Harry Kane Next Club Odds: Could a move to Germany be on the cards?
England's Harry Kane scores their side's seventh goal of the game from the penalty spot during the UEFA Euro 2024 Qualifying Group C match at Old Trafford, Manchester. Picture date: Monday June 19, 2023. - Photo by Icon sport

After another season without lifting any silverware, Harry Kane is understood to be keen on a move away from Tottenham as he enters the latter stages of his career. For a player of Kane’s ability, it would be criminal for him to end his career without any major silverware regardless of whether he does go on to beat Alan Shearer’s Premier League goalscoring record.

Last season, Kane managed to net 30 league goals, something made all the more impressive when you consider how poorly Tottenham performed as a team. He now only has one year left on his existing contract at the club but doubts remain about whether Daniel Levy would agree to sell his star man.

As we head into July, here are the latest odds on where Kane is most likely to end up.

Harry Kane next club: Latest odds

Bayern Munich – 11/8

As things stand, the bookmakers believe that Bayern Munich is Kane’s most likely destination this summer if he does leave Tottenham. The Bundesliga champions are the only club to have made an official offer for Kane this summer when they offered Spurs a deal worth £70m in June.

Unsurprisingly, Levy rejected the proposal but rumours suggest that Bayern will come back in for Kane in the coming weeks. The England striker has reportedly already agreed personal terms with the German side meaning that if Spurs do come to an agreement with Bayern then the transfer will happen quickly.

Manchester United – 9/1

As far as English interest goes, the team most likely to sign Kane this summer is Manchester United. Erik Ten Hag is very much in the market for a centre forward this summer and there aren’t many better out there than Harry Kane.

If United do decide to pursue a deal for the England captain then Kane could potentially favour a move to Manchester given that he wants to break Alan Shearer’s Premier League goalscoring record. Kane only needs 47 league goals to surpass Shearer and a move to United would allow him to continue that chase while also giving him a better chance of winning trophies.

Real Madrid – 16/1

Real Madrid are the third-favourites to sign Harry Kane this summer which suggests they are very much outsiders at this moment in time. After Karim Benzema left the club this summer, the Spanish giants are also in the market for a world-class striker although they are more likely to pursue a deal for Kylian Mbappe at this stage.

If Real Madrid were to turn their attention to Kane then it would be very hard for the Englishman to turn down a move to the club. There arguably isn’t a more prestigious club to play for than Real Madrid in world football and that allure could prove too big to turn down – just as Jude Bellingham found out.

To stay at Tottenham – 8/11

Despite the interest in Kane across Europe, the bookmakers believe the most likely outcome is that he remains at Spurs for the season ahead. With just one year left on his current deal, Kane may decide to ride it out for one more year before getting to pick anywhere he wants next summer.

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