Manchester United and Man City have emerged as the early favourites to sign Harry Kane with reports suggesting he has told Tottenham he wants to leave the club this summer.
The striker, who has been linked with both Manchester clubs and Chelsea, is entering the prime of his career and wants to quit his boyhood club as he is still yet to lift any major silverware in his career.
According to Sky Sports, the north London club are now making enquiries about replacing Kane after he expressed his desire for a change of club – the first indication that Daniel Levy may be sounding out offers for his star man.
The interested Premier League clubs have all been in touch with Kane’s representatives CK66 over a possilve summer transfer.
The Red Devils have been instilled as the early favourites to land the striker having been given odds of 7/4 to seal the transfer by Betfair.
Harry Kane’s next club odds
*Odds taken from Betfair and may have changed since publication. BeGambleAware.Org.
Manchester United – 7/4
Manchester City – 13/5
PSG – 10/1
Chelsea – 14/1
Real Madrid – 20/1
Juventus – 25/1
Barcelona – 66/1
City, meanwhile, are the second favourites to land the 27-year-old with odds of 13/5, while Chelsea are the outsiders from the Premier League trio at 14/1.
Last week, talkSPORT’s Tony Cascarino labelled Kane the ‘perfect fit’ for Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City side.
Cascarino said: “For Manchester City this summer, it’s who becomes available, can you buy him and will he fit into the way you play…
“Now, I think only a Harry Kane ticks all of those boxes.
“He will do things Pep wanted from Aguero, to be a much better defending player for the team, to get in positions, make it awkward but then be available in the box and have incredible work rate.
“I don’t see too many like that.
“Erling Haaland is seemingly just going to be way too expensive and someone might say Kane is going to be as well, but I’m not so sure because he’s 27, nearly 28.”
Kane has made his name as one of the world’s best strikers during his time at Spurs, scoring a sensational 220 goals in 334 appearances for the club.
In a statement regarding the developments, Tottenham said: “We have a season to finish and we want to finish it as strongly as possible.
“That’s all everyone should be focussing on.”