Harry Kane Transfer Betting Odds: Bayern Munich Favourites To Sign Spurs Striker
Harry Kane has apparently moved a step closer to sealing a career-changing move to Bayern Munich.
That's because representatives of the Bundesliga club have reportedly flown to London to hold transfer talks with Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy and a deal could therefore be on the cards.
According to betting sites, Tottenham seem to be facing a losing battle to hold onto star striker Harry Kane this summer. That's despite offering him a lucrative new contract.
Bookmakers certainly have Bayern Munich in pole position to land the England captain, with Manchester United, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain having a fainter hope of securing the forward's services.
It could be a pivotal time when it comes to the future of Kane, with Bayern having shortened in the odds from 8/13 to 2/5 to land the England captain.
The Tottenham striker has just turned 30, but he is still yet to win a trophy during his career.
He is running out of time to earn some silverware, so he may be tempted by the prospect of a move to Munich and representatives from the German club are in London to hold talks.
However, there could be a gap in valuation which means a potential deal could yet be scuppered. There seems to be a feeling that Harry Kane now wants the deal to go through.
This has certainly been the transfer saga of the summer, and we have updated the latest odds below.
Betting Odds Suggest Bayern Munich As Prime Contenders For Harry Kane Transfer
Bayern are still the favourites to snap up Kane if he decides to leave Tottenham in pursuit of silverware this summer and they have now hardened to 2/5 with football betting sites to capture his signature.
Tuchel, who replaced Julian Nagelsmann as Bayern manager earlier this year, reportedly met with Kane at his house to discuss a transfer and there are now set to be official talks between Bayern officials and Spurs.
The Bavarians can all but guarantee Kane trophies, which could ultimately sway his decision this summer. After all, they won an 11th consecutive Bundesliga title in May, and they could be unstoppable with Kane up front.
They dominate the domestic league, but they have regressed somewhat after talismanic striker Robert Lewandowksi left for Barcelona last summer.
Kane would be the perfect replacement, as he is an elite finisher, while he also has the playmaking ability to unleash the likes of Leroy Sane, Serge Gnabry and Kingsley Coman.
Bayern boss Thomas Tuchel knows Kane well from his time managing Chelsea, and he is keen on bringing him to Allianz Arena. The Bavarians made a bid worth €70m plus add-ons for Kane, but it was swiftly rejected by Tottenham.
However, they could return with a larger offer after identifying him as the ideal candidate to spearhead their attack. Spurs would prefer to sell him to a club outside the Premier League if he does go, so it is easy to see why Bayern are the favourites.
Yet that would damage his chances of breaking Alan Shearer’s Premier League goals record, so he may opt to stay at Spurs or push for a move to a Premier League rival.
Harry Kane's Tottenham Future: A Look At The Transfer Betting Odds
A few weeks ago, Spurs were priced at odds-on to hold onto Kane, but those odds have now drifted considerably and you can grab 11/4 at Bet365 that he remains at his current club.
Tottenham have offered him a “massive” new contract in a bid to fend off interest from Bayern Munich, but there seems a diminishing prospect that he will take it.
Kane has now entered the final 12 months of his £200,000-a-week deal, leaving Tottenham in a quandary. If he refuses to sign a new contract this summer, they risk losing him on a free transfer next year, so they may need to cash in.
Chairman Daniel Levy will need to mount a major charm offensive if he hopes to convince Kane that his future lies at the club.
After all, Spurs finished eighth in the Premier League table last season, and they crashed out of the cup competitions with a whimper.
The club have since brought in Ange Postecoglou in a bid to turn around their fortunes, the Australian was angered recently at a pre-season press conference as a journalist held up a Bayern Munich jersey featuring Kane's name on the back.
Spurs have signed James Maddison and Manor Solomon to bolster the attack recently. Yet that is unlikely to be enough to topple the mighty Man City, so Kane may not be inclined to sign on the dotted line.
If that proves to be the case, Levy may need to bite the bullet and sell him before the transfer window closes.
Decoding The Harry Kane Transfer Betting Odds: Will Man Utd Secure His Services?
United were installed as the 13/8 favourites to sign Kane at the start of the summer, leaving them ahead of rivals such as Bayern Munich and Chelsea in the betting.
However, the Man Utd transfer betting odds have seen him move out to 10/1, suggesting that they could struggle to bring him to Old Trafford.
Yet it remains his most likely destination if he opts to leave Spurs and remain in the Premier League.
The Red Devils have enjoyed a renaissance under Erik ten Hag, as they won the EFL Cup in February and finished third in the standings.
They still need a world-class forward to lead the line, and Kane could turn them into genuine title contenders next term.
It would also allow him to maintain his bid to eclipse Shearer’s Premier League goalscoring record, so 10/1 looks like a decent price.
Real Madrid's Pursuit Of Harry Kane: Exploring The Intriguing Transfer Odds
Los Blancos are also on the hunt for a new striker this summer after Karim Benzema moved to Al-Ittihad in Saudi Arabia.
Kane would be the perfect replacement for the French forward, as he operates in similar pockets, and he is equally comfortable operating as a predatory striker and filling a deeper role as a playmaker.
He could flourish in the Spanish capital, with the likes of Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo providing pace and dynamism either side of him.
Manager Carlo Ancelotti has reportedly told the Real Madrid board that he wants to sign Kane this summer, and a few weeks ago, they were priced at just 4/1 to snap him up.
However, you can now find 16/1 with betting apps on Kane joining Real Madrid in the summer transfer window.
That may appeal to some punters, as they have more financial firepower than Bayern Munich, and the Bernabeu may have a greater allure than Allianz Arena too.
Will Chelsea Secure Harry Kane? Betting Odds Indicate A Slim Chance
Kane could prove to be the missing piece for a Chelsea team that struggled badly in front of goal last season.
New owner Todd Boehly embarked on a record-breaking spending spree since buying the club from Roman Abramovich last summer, but he seemingly overlooked signing a striker.
Only four Premier League teams scored fewer goals than the Blues last season, and they desperately need firepower.
They have tried to rectify that by signing Nicolas Jackson and Christopher Nkunku, but neither man offers guaranteed goals in the Premier League.
Kane may be keen to reunite with new Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino, as he flourished under the Argentinian coach’s guidance at Spurs.
The Blues can certainly afford to meet Tottenham’s demands after offloading the likes of Kai Havertz, Mason Mount, N’Golo Kante, Mateo Kovacic, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Eduoard Mendy this summer.
For that reason, Chelsea look like interesting outsiders at 25/1 with BetVictor to sign him.
Predicting Harry Kane's Future: A Deep Dive Into The Transfer Betting Odds
PSG are now priced at 11/1 to snap up Kane this summer, but it remains to be seen if incoming boss Luis Enrique wants to work with the England captain. Much depends on the future of Kylian Mbappe.
They too could easily afford him, and they would also virtually guarantee him silverware, but they may opt for younger alternatives this summer as they seek to overhaul their squad.
Newcastle are also out at 33/1, as they cannot guarantee Kane silverware, and they may lack the pull of the Bernabeu and Old Trafford.
Man City, who came close to signing Kane a couple of years ago, are 66/1 long-shots and various others, while Liverpool and Barcelona are priced at 80/1.
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