Harry Kane scored the only goal in the last game between Tottenham and Fulham, equaling Spurs in goals with Jimmy Greaves, who also scored 266 goals in the 1970s. Harry has long been a legend of the club, and in the coming rounds he will surely become the top scorer in its history, but in almost every transfer window the news about his possible departure flickers, but the transfer constantly fails. His current contract ends in the summer of 2024 and therefore the Tottenham bosses should already decide to sell if they still want to make at least some money from the sale of him. What’s next for Kane?
DO YOU NEED TO GO OUT?
In 2021, Harry Kane was on the brink of a move to Manchester City, but now Pep Guardiola’s interest has faded as the club signed Erling Holland. But another Manchester club is once again ready to make Harry an offer, but it looks, frankly, ambiguous.
Manchester United are once again going through a rebuild, and in the current transfer window, Erik ten Hag has signed a gag striker at Wout Weghorst, showing that a clear push will only come in the summer. For Manchester United, signing Kane would be a fantastic boost and a guarantee of 20-30 Premier League goals, but it’s not to say that everything is so clear cut for Kane himself.
At the moment, Kane lives in London, receives a good salary, is the adored face of Tottenham fans, and everything is in order year after year, but he does not have what every footballer dreams of, namely trophies. He became the top scorer in the World Cup, in the Premier League, was recognized as the best player in the country, but he does not have a single team trophy, although Kane will turn 30 in the summer, and he himself does not hide his desire to win at least something in his career. However, Manchester United can hardly be called a guarantor of victories. The Manchester club is clearly not ripe for victory in the Champions League, and it will still be difficult to fight in the Premier League, so I am not sure that any “cup” in the form of a victory in the FA Cup will change that of Kane. been a lot, even if the “devils” win it.
Tottenham fans will not forgive Kane’s move to a rival, and Kane himself may not be able to get what he dreamed of for so long. The cost of risk is too high.
WHAT OTHER THINGme OPTIONS?
There are currently no suitable clubs in Italy for Kane, Barcelona and Real Madrid can’t afford an Englishman either, PSG have an excess of strikers so Bayern, who need a top striker, seem like the most suitable option.
Bayern’s option seems the most interesting, because Kane will get powerful partners and guaranteed titles. And Spurs fans will probably take the departure of their favorite much easier, because it will not strengthen another club in the Premier League, so there should be no offense, let alone insults.
Surely, Harry will win the Bundesliga, several German cups, and Bayern will regularly reach the last stages of the Champions League. Head coach Nagelsmann is often picky about tactics, but Kane is a trained player who, even with cumbersome instructions and tasks, manages to score goals regularly.