What Does The Future Hold For Tottenham and England Striker Harry Kane?

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Harry Kane looks set to have another summer of transfer speculation as his future with Tottenham is up in the air. But where could he end up?

  • Scored his 266th Spurs goal to level with Sir Jimmy Greaves
  • Rumoured to be questioning his future with the club
  • Club has opened contract talks with Kane
  • Interested clubs in both England and Europe
  • £100million+ transfer fee expected

The Spurs striker scored his 199th Premier League goal and his 266th goal for Spurs which saw him level the great Sir Jimmy Greaves as their all-time scorer. The victory helped Spurs in their fight a top four spot.

Despite personal achievements, Kane hasn’t secured major silverware with Tottenham. This lack of silverware is the main reason people believe he’ll be on his way out of the club soon.

Where Might We See Kane Next?

There’s lots of interest in Kane, understandably so. He’s in the top five strikers in the game at the minute. A leader on the pitch. And he’s proved in recent seasons he can assist and score.

One team that were interested in Kane last summer was Bayern Munich. Florian Plettenberg of Sky Sports in Germany said the German club still have the English striker on their wish list. However, Plettenberg did state that Bayern weren’t sure if they could get a deal through.

Another team that have been consistently linked with Kane is Manchester United. The Red Devils have seen a revival this season under Eric ten Hag and signing Kane may be just what they need to compete for the title.

Man United and Spurs legend, Teddy Sheringham, has said Man United signing Kane would be the ‘perfect solution’ for them.

The former England striker, 56, told talkSPORT: “Harry Kane would be an unbelievable acquisition for Manchester United. I think he would be the perfect solution.

“He’s got to make that decision. I made a big decision when I decided to leave Tottenham because I didn’t like the ambition at the time. Harry has to assess that situation himself.”

Manchester United are seen as the favourites to sign Kane after this transfer window. Priced at 12/1 the bookies clearly don’t think he’s certain to leave, but a bet on his move there will bag you a health profit.

Despite the interest from Bayern, they aren’t priced for a move for Kane. European giants PSG and Real Madrid are both 20/1 to sign the England striker and take him away from the Premier League. Would Kane want to leave the Premier League with the goal scoring record edging ever closer.

Where Do The Bookies Think He’ll Go?

The below odds are for Kane to sign for the club after the January transfer window:

  • Manchester United 12/1
  • Newcastle United 16/1
  • PSG 20/1
  • Real Madrid 20/1

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