Kane Is Able! Tottenham Star Linked to Host of Big Clubs as Contract Saga Rumbles on

Published on: 14 November 2016

Tottenham striker Harry Kane could be set to leave the clubnext summerafter reportedly stalling on a new deal - prompting bookies to slash odds on a move to various Premier League rivals.

According to reports in the Daily Mirror, Kane is believed to havebeen unhappy at the salary on offerfrom Spurs and may well look elsewhere for a club that will meet his demands.

Kane, currently believed tocommand around £60,000-a-week, is on less moneythan many of his England teammates, and may feel his status as last season's Premier League top scorer warrants a bumper new deal.

The Chingford-born marksman alsosupposedly earns significantly less than much-maligned summer recruit from Newcastle United, Moussa Sissoko.

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BookmakersLadbrokeshave made Liverpool the 5/2 favourites to sign the England forward, while he is 4/1 to make a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid to link up with former teammates Gareth Bale and Luka Modric.

Manchester United, who have been linked to Kane in previous transfer windows, are at 5/1, with neighbours Manchester City a slightly longer price at 6/1.

Ladbrokes are even offering a cheeky price on Kane making an audacious move to north London rivals Arsenal at 12/1.

Liverpool as favourites for the 23-year-old's signaturemay come off the back ofspeculation that Daniel Sturridgeis growing increasingly frustrated with his lack of game time at Anfield.Sturridge has cut a forlorn figure on the Liverpool bench for much of the season so far as Jurgen Klopp's midfield run riot in front of goal.

Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino will not want tolose Kane, a player who has enjoyed a fantastic goal scoring record since breaking into the first team in 2013. His haul of 52 Premier League goals in just 89 games represents a mark of qualitywhich may prove difficult to replace -as was evident during the player's recent seven-week injury lay off.