With Tottenham not winning any trophies again this season, it could be time for Harry Kane to look elsewhere before time runs out!
There is no doubting on his day, Harry Kane is one of if not the best striker in the world. Kane has won a lot of personal awards over the years with Spurs but is yet to win any trophy in his professional career. At the age of 27, Kane is right at his peak now and given the caliber of player he is, he can’t go his career without winning one trophy.
The numbers he’s put up for Spurs are ridiculous. He has 164 goals in the Premier League, with his lowest tally in the last seven seasons being 17 goals. Kane could play for any team in the world, with many of the world’s biggest said to be wanting him this summer.
When Spurs signed Mourinho, it felt like it would finally be the time that Kane would win his first trophy. Again though it wasn’t meant to be, with Mourinho losing his job before the Carabao Cup final. The England captain has now been runner up in three finals, two EFL Cups, and one Champions League.
Recently in an interview, Kane spoke about wanting to win team trophies and football’s biggest prizes. With Spurs finishing in seventh place and 24 points behind the leaders, it doesn’t look like that will happen anytime soon. So, if he is really serious about wanting to win trophies, is it time he looked elsewhere?
Where Will Harry Kane Be Playing Next Season?
Not to sign or agree a contract with any other club – 10/11
Kane signed a six-year contract at Spurs back in 2018. He has a long way to go before his contract ends at the club and it would cost anyone a lot of money to get him out of Spurs. Spurs are currently in talks to bring back Mauricio Pochettino as manager. He got on very well with Kane and could potentially convince him to stay at the club. Also, Spurs’ chairman Daniel Levy is very hard to do business with and won’t want to see Kane go to any other Premier League club.
Man City – 11/8
City are the favourites to sign Kane this summer and they are in need of a striker. Aguero is leaving the club at the end of the season and Jesus hasn’t developed as expected. In the big games currently, City are playing without a recognised striker and using other players as a false nine.
If Kane went to City he would score just as many, probably more than he is now given he’d be playing with the likes of De Bruyne, Foden and Bernardo. On top of this, City could afford his transfer fee and wages, but even though they spend a lot of money, they are yet to break the £100 million price tag for a player and Kane would likely cost more. City are one of the best teams in the world and going to them would near certainly see him win his first trophy.
Man United – 4/1
The other side in Manchester is one that Harry Kane has been linked with a lot in his career. They currently have Cavani up front, but the Uruguayan can only pay so many games a season. They need a striker as Martial, like Jesus, just hasn’t done it and Rashford clearly prefers playing out wide.
Man United isn’t shy when it comes to spending money either. One of the issues with going to United would be that there is no guarantee of success. It would be good for him if he went there and brought them back to the top but it could be a sidewise step currently. Going to United would be a very interesting move but one that comes with a risk!
Chelsea – 9/2
Now a move across London would be a surprise. Chelsea are rivals of Spurs and Levy would not want to sell him to them. However, there are rumours of a potential swap deal that would see Werner and Abraham go the other way. This could work for Kane also as he wouldn’t have to move his family out of London. Chelsea as a club have a lot of money so that wouldn’t really be an issue.