Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane’s future remains uncertain as his contract is set to expire next year. The England international has attracted interest from several top clubs, including Manchester United, Bayern Munich, Chelsea, and PSG.
Manchester United, in particular, have reportedly made Kane their top target and have been heavily linked with a potential transfer. Bayern Munich’s CEO Oliver Kahn has expressed admiration for Kane, seeing him as a potential replacement for Robert Lewandowski. Mauricio Pochettino’s appointment as Chelsea manager has also fueled speculation about a possible move to Stamford Bridge.
The recent development sees PSG entering the mix, with reports suggesting that the PSG director has met with Kane’s entourage, expressing interest in the striker.
However, TalkSport journalist Alan Brazil believes that a move to rival clubs like Arsenal or Chelsea is unlikely due to the intense rivalry between the teams. Brazil instead suggested the possibility of Kane joining Liverpool during a talk show, though there are no credible reports linking the player to the Merseyside club.
“What if Harry and Declan both went to Liverpool?”
“Where is he going to go? He can’t go to Arsenal. Chelsea and Spurs hate each other.”
Convincing Kane to leave England could prove challenging, as the striker has expressed a desire to break Alan Shearer’s Premier League goal-scoring record. Manchester City, who were previously close to signing Kane, have now secured the services of Erling Haaland, ruling out a move for the Spurs talisman. Additionally, a move to Arsenal is unlikely due to the rivalry between the clubs.
This leaves Manchester United as the most viable option for Kane if he decides to leave Tottenham this summer and remain in the English Premier League. However, no official announcements or concrete reports have confirmed his potential move to any club.
Considering the attacking talent already present at Liverpool, it seems unlikely that Kane will end up at Anfield, making Manchester United the frontrunners in the race for his signature.