Top 3 options for Harry Kane’s transfer. Harry Kane had a chance to sign with one of the most successful clubs in recent memory in 2021 when Manchester City was at the door. Pep Guardiola was lacking a top-tier striker and a Champions League trophy, and City thought that Kane was the missing link.
After two years, City has nearly accomplished all a club team could in Europe and has also added Erling Haaland to its roster. The Englishman is still playing for Tottenham Hotspur and has yet to win his first significant prize as a senior player.
Kane’s standing as one of this generation’s top center-forwards has not diminished in the past two years. He has been a great striker, but Spurs have failed him in so many ways.
Kane wanted out of the North London club in the summer of 2021 since they failed to contend for championships. And if the last two years are any indication, he ought to have forced a departure by now.
The all-time leading scorer for Tottenham is nearing the end of his contract and will be eligible to depart north London for free in the summer of 2019. Can he, however, close a deal during this window?
Let’s investigate his potential locations and find out.
Real Madrid wouldn’t have been searching for a striker for at least a year without Karim Benzema’s departure. However, the Frenchman’s abrupt relocation to Saudi Arabia has completely derailed Los Blancos’ plans.
However, the situation for both Kane and Madrid has been made more difficult by Kylian Mbappe’s admission that he will not extend his PSG contract past the summer of 2024.
First off, Madrid should make a major effort to sign Harry Kane if they want to replace Karim Benzema with someone similar. The player who now comes closest to Benzema in terms of ability to drop deep and link up play while guaranteeing at least 20 goals every season is him.
However, there is only one winner when picking between Kane and Mbappe. It is simply a matter of time before a contract is reached by both Madrid and Mbappe, who has never been reluctant to discuss a move. And the Englishman would no longer be a factor if that happened.
Bayern Munich missed Robert Lewandowski a lot last season, despite their reluctance to acknowledge it. The Bavarians were so hard-hit by his departure that they nearly let Borussia Dortmund win the Bundesliga for the first time in 11 years.
Therefore, it should come as no surprise that this agreement would favor Kane and Bayern. The English player wants to leave Spurs because he wants to compete in Europe and win titles. Additionally, he will undoubtedly achieve great success at Bayern while competing against the finest players on the continent.
A prolific striker whose link-up play will enhance the speed and dribbling prowess of Jamal Musiala, Leroy Sane, and Kingsley Coman is also something Bayern would appreciate having.
He is unlikely to leave England and join a lower division, though. Furthermore, Bayern is not going to overpay for a player who will turn 30 this summer.
It’s about to happen again because, just as in the summer of 2021, a Manchester-based club will probably pursue Daniel Levy for Kane’s services. Nevertheless, an offer might arrive this time from the red half.
But if past performance is any indication of the future, the Manchester club will likely fail to sign the Englishman once more.
With Daniel Levy in charge, Manchester United faces a difficult negotiation process that they don’t have time to participate in. The Red Devils cannot afford to delay in making additions that will maintain the momentum for Eric Ten Hag given the ownership uncertainty.
Additionally, Daniel Levy would not want to bolster a direct competitor, especially one that will endanger the Spurs’ chances of finishing in the top four spots. Additionally, Kane won’t be inexpensive, which might compel United to look elsewhere as they also need to bolster other parts of the pitch.
Given the current situation, Kane is likely to stay at Tottenham, especially given his and Levy’s outlooks. Levy would not want the striker to join a direct opponent, even though he does not want to leave England.
But it would only make matters worse for Spurs. Kane’s contract status means that Levy will lose his star shooter for nothing the next summer. Tottenham hasn’t done much on the pitch thus far to persuade the striker to reconsider his mind. And it’s unlikely that things will change in the upcoming season either.
As a result, in the big picture, it appears like the striker has all the power. But can he afford to play for a team that won’t likely finish higher than fourth for another season? Time is running out for him to receive significant awards because he will turn 30 next month.
Both sides are not in a good place, therefore it’s time for one of them to change their minds and make the first move.
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