Harry Kane Man City Odds now trimmed to odds-on for a summer move

Bookmakers trim the transfer odds on Harry Kane making the switch to the Etihad this summer

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No goal from three group stage appearances at Euro 2020 hasn’t stopped Harry Kane Man City odds being front and centre in transfer betting this summer.

There have been reports that Manchester City are indeed lining up a move for the Tottenham striker.

Interest has been raised so much that plenty of bookmakers have cut the Harry Kane Man City odds into an odds-on quote.

Harry Kane Club After The Summer Odds

Man City 5/6
Tottenham Evens
Man Utd 9/2
Chelsea 6/1
PSG 16/1
* (odds recorded at 19:12 GMT on June 22nd, 2021 at Betfair)

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Harry Kane Man City Odds – Citizens ready to deal?

There were rumours around that Manchester city had made a £100m bid for Harry Kane earlier this week.

Harry Kane is a 5/6 quote to join Manchester City before the end of this summer’s Transfer Window* (odds recorded at 19:12 GMT on June 22nd, 2021 at Betfair)

It’s been suggested that the Citizens have tried to grease the wheels of a deal a little bit, but offering Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus as options going the other way.

A cash plus player deal would make sense for the Citizens after the financial strains that have been put on clubs in the last 18 months.

That was an opening bid and the £100m offer is well above Man City’s club transfer record of less than £65m.

Are they going to smash that?

Kane or Haaland?

Manchester City have seen club legend Sergio Aguero part ways with the club and there has been an obvious need for the Citizens to find a new source of goals.

The big links that City boss Pep Guardiola appears to be after are Harry Kane or Erling Braut Haaland.

Naturally, Kane is a proven goalscorer in the Premier League and seeing him link up with Kevin de Bruyne, would probably take Kane’s domestic goalscoring record to a whole new level.

Will the Citizens push and push to get Kane, who has reportedly asked to leave North London during the summer.

Kane is under contract for another three years with Tottenham.

But the 27-year-old is in his prime right now and naturally looking for a move that will give him a bigger chance of silverware.

But will Spurs chairman Daniel Levy resist?

If so, City may have to move to their back up plan and get Erling Haaland.

The Borussia Dortmund forward is a quote of 9/4 currently at William Hill* (odds recorded at 19:12 GMT on June 22nd, 2021 at William Hill).

Erling Haaland Next Club After Summer Transfer window

Chelsea 11/8
Real Madrid 10/3
Man City 9/4
Man Utd 10/1
Barcelona 16/1
33/1 bar
* (odds recorded at 19:12 GMT on June 22nd, 2021 at William Hill)

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Still no manager for Tottenham

Spurs don’t exactly seem to be doing themselves much of a favour. Two months after sacking Jose Mourinho, they look no closer to naming their next manager.

There have been plenty of names touted around, from Gennaro Gattuso to Paulo Fonseca to Antonio Conte who have come and gone.

Not having a manager and therefore no clear plan may not to help them keep their star striker. That’s probably playing a part in Harry Kane Man City odds as well.

As the latest drama unfolds at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium it is Graham Potter who is the new current favourite.

The Brighton boss has been trimmed into a quote of 15/8 in Next Tottenham Manager betting* (odds recorded at 19:12 GMT on June 22nd, 2021 at Betfair).

Next Tottenham Manager Betting Odds

Graham Potter 15/8
Roberto Martinex 5/1
Nuno Espírito Santo 6/1
Erik ten Hag 6/1
Ernesto Valverde 10/1
Jurgen Klinsmann 10/1
Julen Lopetegui 16/1
20/1 bar
* (odds recorded at 19:12 GMT on June 22nd, 2021 at Betfair)

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This saga has been going on for a long time now and Spurs would have to cough up a lot of compensation to Brighton to get Potter.

Potter is under contract with the south-coast club until 2025.

Current Belgium boss Roberto Martinez is another whose name is in the mix.

He is looking to make a return to club management after the Euro’s and is currently a 5/1 quote to be next Tottenham boss* (odds recorded at 19:12 GMT on June 22nd, 2021 at Betfair).

Is that who Spurs are holding out for?

Other names currently in the mix for the job still are former Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo and Ajax manager Erik ten Hag.