FootyRoom_Articles 3 months ago 8 8 Harry Kane Next Club Odds This summer looks set to be a seminal moment in the career of Harry Kane, who it appears has never been closer to an exit from Tottenham Hotspur. It was reported earlier in the season that the Spurs talisman would want to leave if they fail to qualify for next season’s Champions League. They currently trail the top four in the Premier League by five points with just four games remaining, making Champions League qualification look unlikely at best. Spurs’ limp display in the Carabao Cup Final, which they lost 1-0 to Manchester City at Wembley, along with the lack of clarity over who will replace Jose Mourinho will hardly be persuading Kane to stay in London. Turning 28 this summer, he is in the prime of his career and has had an outstanding individual season despite his team’s struggles. Kane has scored 21 goals as well as chipping in with 13 assists in the Premier League this season. International tournaments routinely put players in the shop window for Europe’s biggest clubs and a showing similar to that in the 2018 World Cup - in which Kane won the Golden Boot - will only increase speculation surrounding the England captain’s future. There are likely to be many suitors for Kane come the summer and we have featured the odds for the favourite clubs to make a move below. Head over to BigFreeBet to find the best selection of free bets and sign up offers available today before placing your wager on Kane’s next club. Odds correct at the time of writing and are provided by Sky Bet. Manchester City - 5/2 Kane’s desire to break Alan Shearer’s record for Premier League goals could dictate his next move. If he was to stay in England, Manchester City would surely be at the top of his list. City are set to win a third Premier League title in four seasons and face Chelsea in this season’s Champions League final as they look to add to their Carabao Cup success from April. With Sergio Aguero on his way out at the end of the season, Pep Guardiola could well be on the hunt for a new number 9 and there is no better guarantee of Premier League goals than the England striker. Manchester United - 3/1 Manchester United still look a centre forward shy from really challenging Manchester City for the title but Kane could certainly close the gap between the two Manchester rivals. Anthony Martial has endured a tough season at Old Trafford with just four league goals, while the future of veteran striker Edinson Cavani is still yet to be decided with his one-year deal expiring at the end of the season. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team has improved year-on-year but there will be an expectation for them to put a serious title challenge next term. Kane, along with the signing of one or two others, would give them an excellent chance of doing so as they look to end their wait for a first Premier League title since 2013. PSG - 8/1 If Kane wants a guarantee of trophies then there is surely no safer bet for him than Paris Saint-Germain. Winning the Ligue 1 title in 7 of the last 8 seasons, PSG’s financial clout has seen them become serial winners in France over the last decade. Perhaps the biggest attraction for Kane to cross the English Channel is the opportunity for him to work alongside former boss Mauricio Pochettino once again. Kane’s Spurs career really accelerated under the tutelage of Pochettino and the pair have an excellent relationship. Real Madrid - 16/1 Real Madrid are linked with moves for big players every summer but this may well be the time that they pull the trigger on a move for Kane. Karim Benzema remains one of the top centre forwards in world football, but now aged 33 it remains to be seen when they will look to find a replacement for him. Madrid have a decent track record of signing Spurs stars in Luka Modric and Gareth Bale, both of whom have won multiple Champions League titles at the Bernabeu. Tottenham stay? Kane could, of course, remain at Tottenham for the foreseeable future having signed a six-year contract with the club back in 2018 that still has three years to run. Their search for a new manager could prove pivotal in his decision, though they have already missed on approaches for Julian Nagelsmann and Erik Ten Hag.