With Harry Kane seemingly on his way out of Tottenham this summer, we're seeing reports and rumors swirl on where he may end up heading to. Could we see Kane play in La Liga, Ligue 1 or Serie A? Doubtful.
The Englishman has made it quite clear he'd like to stay in the English Premier League, which is why a move to Manchester City, Chelsea or Manchester United makes the most sense. We break things down below.
This weekend, Harry Kane could become the third person in Premier League history to finish with the most goals and the most assists in a single season 🤯 pic.twitter.com/BR2pqxSBCl— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) May 21, 2021
Harry Kane to Manchester City?
A move to Manchester City would be a dream for the fans at the Etihad Stadium. Kane is without question one of the best finishers in the world and Sergio Aguero is leaving the team this summer, with a move to Barcelona likely in the cards. Enter Kane?
The Tottenham superstar would be a massive get for Pep Guardiola. The only issue here is whether or not the club would be able to afford him. If Kane joins MCFC, you might as well call them champs for next season already too. He's that great of a player.
Manchester United would love to land Harry Kane
On the other side of town, Manchester United indeed would love to land Harry Kane. Despite Edinson Cavani returning next season, Kane would be on a whole new level for the club. He'd put them in the title hunt. The same can't be said if the team relies on Anthony Martial.
The frenchman has proven time and time again that he's just way too inconsistent. That wouldn't be the case with Kane, as he could really make a difference for United. Imagine him receiving crosses from Marcus Rashford. Goodness me.
Chelsea has high interest in Harry Kane
Last but not least, Chelsea appears ready to make a move to try and get Kane to Stamford Bridge. Reports out of England state CFC is willing to offer Tammy Abraham as part of a package deal for Kane. Thomas Tuchel is also a big fan of his.
Chelsea is ready to play Man City for the Champions League title later this month. The club also wants to try and compete for a Premier League championship in the coming years. They're a step or two away from making that happen. Kane joining the loaded offense would be brilliant.