The transfer is open and the rumour mill is firmly rumbling with regards to Tottenham and England legend Harry Kane. It is being reported that German Champions Bayern Munich have bid £60 million for his services which has been rejected by Tottenham.
Harry Kane has one year left on his Tottenham contract so the club could look to capitalise on this and sell their prized asset this summer rather than lose him on a free transfer next summer. Harry Kane is now unlikely to sign a new deal with Spurs, so two options remain.
Harry Kane hasn’t won any trophies with Spurs, however on a personal level, the accolades and trophies are on his mantelpiece. Top goalscorer in World Cup 2018 belongs to Harry Kane, plus a few top Premier League season goalscorer trophies. Harry Kane is now the all time leading goalscorer for Tottenham Hotspur, after beating the record set by Jimmy Greaves during last season.
The next record to break for Harry Kane is the all time Premier League goalscoring record which sits at 260 goals, held by Alan Shearer. At 213 goals scored to date, Harry Kane is 48 goals away from breaking this record, and by staying at Spurs, or leaving for Manchester United, this record is well in the sights of Kane.
After scoring 30 Premier League goals last season, within 2 seasons, you would expect Kane to break this record and be number one in goals scored in the Premier League era. Adding to the England all time goalscoring record, there is no one better than Harry Kane.
However, the big question for Harry Kane is his ambition to win major trophies? Bayern Munich would give him a chance to win major honours in the Bundesliga, plus with their highly talented squad, they can challenge for the Champions League.
Manchester United could do with his services and look to challenge for major honours next season as with Kane on board, they have a top striker to be title contenders next season.
Harry Kane, could also sit out the final year of his contract at Spurs, score plenty more goals and close in on the all time top goalscoring record and look to review his future after the Euros.
Harvey Barnes is a very talented young player and after Leicester’s relegation, he is eager to move on and retain Premier League football. With West Ham very likely to lose Declan Rice, West Ham would seem an excellent move for him.
|Bayern Munich||11/10 Bet365|
|Real Madrid||10/1 Bet365|
|Manchester United||12/1 Bet365|
|West Ham||2/1 Bet365|
|Aston Villa||5/2 Unibet|
|Stay at Leicester||8/1 Bet365|
For Harry Kane, he loves Spurs and even with the firm interest from Bayern Munich, Evens with Bet365 to remain a Spurs player after the Summer Transfer window is a best bet from Punters.pub.
For Harvey Barnes, a transfer to West Ham at 2/1 with Bet365 is another best bet from Punters.pub that we like given he his super talented and with West Ham eager to splash the cash, he would make a great signing for them.