Will Harry Kane Leave Tottenham In The Summer Transfer Window?

By Matthew Glazier
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Will Harry Kane Leave Tottenham In The Summer Transfer Window?

Harry Kane Transfer Betting Odds*

OutcomeOddsBet With
To Stay At Tottenham6/5bet365
Real Madrid2/1BetVictor
Manchester United9/4bet365
Bayern Munich16/1bet365

*Odds up to date as of June 5, 2023

The future of Harry Kane is once again in the spotlight. The 29-year-old has a year remaining on his Tottenham Hotspur contract, but the England captain could be angling for a move away from the London club this summer. According to the latest odds, perhaps Real Madrid could be swooping as the Spanish giants look to land a replacement for Karim Benzema. 

Previously to this, the odds from football betting sites suggested that Kane might secure a big-money move to Manchester United. However, the Red Devils are no longer in pole position to land the forward's signature. He is sure to be a player in demand should he be available to sign, although the latest prices indicate a real possibility that he might yet stay with Tottenham.

Paris Saint-Germain could afford his transfer fee and wages, while Chelsea might also throw their hat in the ring. However, they are trading at much bigger prices suggesting it's Real Madrid or Manchester United who can lure him away from Spurs.

Real Madrid Now in Hot Pursuit of Kane This Summer (2/1 with BetVictor)

Karim Benzema has confirmed that he will be leaving Real Madrid after fourteen successful years with the Spanish giants, with this news prompting the bookmakers to shorten Harry Kane's odds when it comes to a move to the Bernabeu. The Frenchman's departure leaves a big hole in the Real attack and it's one that can potentially be filled by one of the best forwards in the world.

The latest betting odds suggest that Real are the likeliest club to prise Kane away from Tottenham, with the forward having one year left on his contract. Perhaps chairman Daniel Levy will be more open to the prospect of the player joining a Spanish club rather than a fellow Premier League outfit where he would operate in direct competition against Tottenham.

The bookmakers certainly think this move is a possibility and Real have previously captured players such as Eden Hazard, Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale from Premier League clubs. Indeed, the latter came from Tottenham and perhaps we'll see another big money transfer between the same clubs.

Will Manchester United Secure Kane's Signature? (9/4 with bet365)

Kane signed a six-year deal in 2018, a decision he has potentially regretted at various stages of his subsequent time at Tottenham. In the summer of 2021, the England captain dropped the bombshell that he had submitted a transfer request, with Manchester City poised to sign a player who has been featuring near the top of the Premier League scoring charts throughout his career.

However, while City failed to sign Kane and waited a year to capture Erling Haaland, it could be that their Manchester rivals are able to snap up a forward who virtually guarantees goals. United are apparently in a strong position to negotiate with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy, and talks have reportedly opened between the two parties, with the odds on betting sites having them as favourites until recently.

It's a transfer that would make sense for the Red Devils, who are in need of a centre forward, with Marcus Rashford operating better in a wide position, while Anthony Martial and Wout Weghorst are not in the same calibre as Kane. It might be that United need to fork out in the region of £100 million to secure Kane's services, but it's an investment which could yield dividends if the forward could fire them to Premier League or Champions League glory.

Can Tottenham Block Any Advance for Harry Kane? (6/5 with bet365)

Daniel Levy has been here before. The Tottenham chairman was able to prevent Harry Kane leaving the club two years ago and perhaps he can stand in the way of the forward heading to pastures new. There's plenty of speculation surrounding the striker's possible move to Real Madrid or Manchester United but the odds suggest he could end up staying. Indeed, you can now get shorter odds that Kane sees out the final year of his contract, with the player remaining tight-lipped on his future.

At the time of writing, there's little between the price of him staying at Spurs compared to heading to Real Madrid, with United drifting on this market. It could be that Levy is prepared to let Kane's contract run out at the summer of 2024 where the player would then be able to leave the club on a free transfer.

There has been no word from the player on this occasion, with Kane having previously publicly positioned himself for a move away from Tottenham, and it will be interesting to see how negotiations play out for the north London club's prize asset.

Bayern Munich Looking to Tempt England Captain (16/1 with bet365)

If Kane does leverage a move away from Tottenham Hotspur this summer, then it will almost certainly be to a club operating in the Champions League. Daniel Levy might be steadfast in his refusal to sell the forward to a Premier League rival, but Bayern Munich have long admired the 29-year-old, and this could be an interesting career move for the England skipper.

Bayern are favourites to win another German Bundesliga title next season which would be their 12th in a row. Thomas Tuchel recently replaced Julian Nagelsmann, and the former will know all about Kane considering that he was in charge of Chelsea in the Premier League. Kane would be regarded as a perfect replacement for Robert Lewandowski.

The Pole left the Allianz Arena last summer, and Bayern haven't really replaced him, with Sadio Mane an altogether different type of forward. Perhaps the former Liverpool man could provide the perfect link-up with Kane for a German side who are likely to be among the favourites to win next season's Champions League with many betting apps.

Could PSG Replace Messi With Kane? (25/1 with bet365)

Although Paris Saint-Germain currently have Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar on their books, the situation might change pretty soon. Messi is coming to the end of his two-year contract at the Ligue 1 club and could be set to reunite with Xavi at Barcelona, something that could see PSG make a marquee signing to replace the multiple Ballon d'Or winner.

Harry Kane would certainly offer Christophe Galtier's team something different, with the forward having demonstrated immense scoring prowess for club and country. The 29-year-old has scored 207 goals in 311 appearances for Tottenham, while 55 goals in 82 England appearances is also an outstanding achievement.

PSG are renowned for being able to pay a king's ransom for players and also afford big wages, with this being another overseas option that could be on the table if Kane's desire to join another English club is thwarted.

Big-Spending Chelsea Need Centre Forward (16/1 with bet365)


Chelsea managed to spend £600 million in the January transfer window and still wind up struggling to score goals. They failed to hit the net during 180 minutes of Champions League football against Real Madrid despite creating several good chances. It's clear that the squad Mauricio Pochettino inherits needs to be reshaped in the summer despite a stream of new faces in the past 12 months.

Perhaps Harry Kane can be persuaded to remain in London and make a controversial move to Stamford Bridge. It's a tall order to see this one happening for two reasons. Daniel Levy would surely obstruct any move for the striker when it comes to a Premier League rival such as Chelsea, while the latter are not going to be in Europe next season and that means another year of Kane's career without playing in the Champions League.

Could Newcastle Make a Big Statement? (33/1 with bet365)

Despite having seriously wealthy owners, Newcastle United have been fairly modest in the transfer window since the takeover in January 2022. The Tyneside outfit have made shrewd captures such as Kieran Trippier, Bruno Guimaraes and Alexander Isak rather than marquee signings, but perhaps this will change in the summer.

After all, Eddie Howe's side have now qualified for next season's Champions League, and that could see them make an outlandish bid for Kane. This could be another Alan Shearer moment for the Tyneside club, and there are obvious parallels between the Geordie legend and the current England captain, with the latter sure to be adored by a football-mad city whose people live and breathe football.

As former Head of Marketing at Bet365, Matthew Glazier has a wealth of experience in the betting industry. He continues to provide dynamic content for a range of websites and specialises particularly in football and golf, all the while supporting his beloved Tranmere Rovers.

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