Where Will Harry Kane End Up For The 2021/2022 Season?
There have been a lot of rumours about Harry Kane’s future since the end of Euro 2020, here we are going to discuss the potential outcomes for the striker
Harry Kane is one of the deadliest strikers in world football at the moment, up there with Robert Lewandoski and Romelu Lukaku. This year’s transfer window has been like spinning a roulette wheel at a UK online casino, you just know what is coming next. There have been a lot of rumours about Harry Kane’s future since the end of Euro 2020, here we are going to discuss the potential outcomes for the England captain.
Move To Man City
The favourites for Harry Kane’s signature, since he revealed his desire for a new challenge, has been the blue side of Manchester. Pep Guardiola has spoken about Harry Kane in the past and is said to be a huge fan of the England striker. Having already signed England team-mate Jack Grealish for 100 million pounds earlier in the transfer window, it would be great to see the English pair link up at club level too.
Man City are said to have had a couple of bids rejected already for Harry Kane in this window as Daniel Levy is holding out for his 150 million pounds asking price up front. This could be the stumbling block for Man City as they have already spent a lot of money on Jack Grealish so may not have the funds to coincide with the strict financial fair play rules.
It is believed that Man City will go back in for Harry Kane with a structured payment to make up the 150 million pound fee that it will take to buy him. This is due to the potential sale of midfielder Bernando Silva, as he has been linked with a move to AC Milan for a fee of 52 million euros which will help raise funds.
It is looking increasingly unlikely that Harry Kane will move abroad for the next season. Here we will explore the possibilities of Harry Kane moving to some of the biggest clubs in Europe.
This is due to the big Spanish clubs such as Real Madrid and Barcelona having financial difficulties so will not be able to pay the asking fee.PSG have just signed Lionel Messi and have strengthened their squad in other areas so the need for Harry Kane is very unlikely. Bayern Munich have Robert Lewandowski who is still in his prime so there is no need to have two of the world’s best strikers fighting over one position. Juventus will not be able to raise the funds needed and also have Cristiano Ronaldo as their talisman.
Staying At Tottenham
Harry Kane is currently on 166 Premier League goals (at the time of writing) which is only 94 away from Alan Shearer’s all time goal scoring record. If Harry Kane does not get the move he desires then that is a really achievable target for him to set his eyes on while at Tottenham.
They have a new, exciting manager in Nuno Espirito Santo who has looked to revive Dele Ali’s career and Harry Kane may want to form the old partnership he had with him. Heung Min Son has just signed a new long term contract at the club which may tempt Harry Kane to stay as he is another world class player that he has enjoyed linking up with in the past.