For years now Harry Kane has been a prolific striker for both England and Tottenham, making him one of Europe’s most elite strikers, being rivalled by only the likes of Sergio Aguero, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
At only 26 years old, Kane has bagged 136 Premier League goals, earning him a place amongst the most accomplished goalscorers in England's top-flight history, and with so many years of his career left, he will undoubtedly cement himself amongst the history books.
However, with the recent Instagram live interview with Sky Sports’ Jamie Redknapp shockingly hinting at a possible move away from Spurs, his time with the club may be at its end. Of course, there will be a host of elite clubs seeking to sign the forward, with arguably his best years yet to come.
Pundits and fans for some time have claim Kane must move on from his boyhood club, as his goal record must be matched with some sort of trophy haul. Adding to this speculation now, Kane claimed he wanted to “win trophies now rather than later” in the interview with Redknapp, suggesting the Spurs star could look for a move away to a club.
Here, we look at the Paddy Power markets for the odds of Harry Kane’s next potential move.