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Harry Kane’s Next Club: Odds Say Manchester City Move Most Likely

Harry Kane's next club has been a spot of debate for some time. Oddsmakers think it's most likely that he'll land with Manchester City
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Harry Kane’s Next Club: Odds Say Manchester City Move Most Likely

Harry Kane has been the face of Tottenham for some time now, but it looks like that could be coming to an end during this summer’s transfer window. Kane has been linked to about a half dozen teams, and UK oddsmakers have rolled out odds for where he’ll be playing come the start of next season.

Manchester City has garnered a lot of attention when it comes to Harry Kane’s next team. This year’s English Premier League champions have been linked to Kane for some time now, and are the favorites, according to oddsmakers, to land him.

The second most likely option for Harry Kane’s next team, according to oddsmakers, is the chance that he stays at Tottenham. Kane is the club’s most distinguished player, perhaps of all time. He’s the second leading scorer in Tottenham history, behind only Jimmy Greaves, and is responsible for the six most prolific scoring seasons in Tottenham history.

Following that is a whole host of teams that are hoping to land the Tottenham striker, including Real Madrid, Chelsea and Manchester United. He has been heavily linked to Man U in recent days.

Harry Kane’s Next Club Odds

As mentioned above, Manchester City is the definitive favorite to land Kane, according to Harry Kane’s club after summer transfer window odds. This season’s EPL champs currently have their best odds to land Kane at +110, implying a 47.6% chance he ends up with City.

Next up is the chance that he stays at Tottenham. If he were to leave, it would re-shape the EPL power structure and immediately make whichever team that acquires him that much better. It makes a ton of sense that he would stay in Tottenham rather than completely uprooting. That option is just barely longer than him ending up at Manchester City, currently sitting at +120.

The third most likely option has been the one that has picked up a lot of steam in the last few days/weeks as Manchester United is seen by some as a likely landing spot for Harry Kane. Kane’s odds of joining Manchester United are currently +350 and seem to be shortening by the day.

In all likelihood, Kane will be staying in the EPL. The team with the shortest odds outside the English Premier League is Real Madrid. Real Madrid currently has +2000 odds to land Kane, implying just a 4.8% chance he heads to Spain.

Kane's Next ClubOddsImplied Probability
Manchester City+11047.6%
Manchester United+35022.2%
Real Madrid+20004.8%

Harry Kane’s Next Club Betting

It’s not just the oddsmakers that expect Harry Kane to end up with Manchester City, the betting public is also picking the 2021 EPL champs as his most likely landing spot. Since the start of this month, 33.75% of all bets on Kane’s next club have come in on Manchester City, the most of any team.

Next up is a bit of a surprise as it differs from what oddsmakers think. Rather than the betting public backing a return to Tottenham, Manchester United is the second most popular bet with 25.22% of all bets backing the Red Devils.

Totenham follows Manchester United as the third most backed option for Kane’s next club, as 15.2% of bettors are betting he stays put. Chelsea follows Tottenham with 8.28% of all bets on them to land Kane this summer.

Kane's Next ClubPublic Betting
Manchester City33.75%
Manchester United25.22%

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Brian is a sports journalist with close to ten years of experience in the business. A lifelong Philadelphia sports fan with a passion for all things sports gambling.


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