With speculation growing over the Tottenham striker’s future, we’re tracking the latest Harry Kane transfer news to see which teams could make a move.
Spurs have parted company with manager Jose Mourinho and that could also pave the way for Kane to seek a fresh challenge during the summer window.
The 27-year-old reacted to Mourinho’s dismissal by tweeting: “Thank you for everything Boss. A pleasure to have worked together. I wish you all the best for your next chapter.”
Kane was also close to previous head coach Mauricio Pochettino, so his ties with Tottenham have been tested.
Here are the clubs being tipped to court the prolific marksman and the latest Harry Kane transfer odds on him switching camps before September 3:
MAN CITY @ 5/2
The Blues are losing record goalscorer Sergio Aguero at the end of the season and look sure to be in the market for a replacement, especially as Gabriel Jesus hasn’t quite shown the same consistency in terms of hitting the target. Young sensation Erling Haaland has also been linked with a move to Etihad Stadium, but Kane may represent a more ready-made option.
MAN UTD @ 7/1
United have enjoyed success with bringing in evergreen veterans, such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Edinson Cavani, but a proven goalscorer at the peak of his powers may be needed to take them to the next level and challenge for title glory again. Kane would also be seen as an ideal role model to aid in the continued development of Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood.
REAL MADRID @ 13/1
Karim Benzema has flourished since stepping out from the shadows of Cristiano Ronaldo and has enjoyed an excellent campaign. However, at 33, the French forward is in the twilight stages of his stellar career and now could be the time to bring fresher legs to the Bernabeu.
PSG @ 20/1
Linking up with Pochettino again would almost certainly appeal to Kane and money is never an issue for this mega-rich club. Much will depend on whether Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Mauro Icardi remain in Paris for another season.
JUVENTUS @ 25/1
The Bianconeri’s dominance of Serie A has come to an end and there was another disappointing early exit from the Champions League, so it would be no surprise to see Juve making a splash in the transfer market.
BARCELONA @ 25/1
Barca are another fallen giant expected to embark on a rebuilding process. Some of their speculative signings have failed to work out in recent years and landing a tried and tested goalscorer may now seem like a tempting option.