Kane to Manchester United odds dramatically slashed

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Dom Le Roy

The transfer window is always a mixed bag with various headlines linking players with here there and every were.

However rather intriguingly as a Tottenham fan you might take notice that two major betting firms have dropped odds quite considerably on the possibility that England Captain Harry Kane could make a sensational move to Manchester United this summer.

So many “sources” feed so many stories so much that it can get rather confusing, however it is quite alarming that Kane’s odds to join Jose Mourinho’s side have been slashed from 33/1 to just 4/1.

Kane has been consistently linked linked with a mega-money transfer to Real Madrid however major players in the bookies market, Betfair and Paddy Power, are offering odds of just 4/1 for Kane to be a United player once the transfer shuts.

It is not clear whether they are taking in to account that Kane signed a new six-year contract with Spurs just last month to see him earn £200,000 a week plus bonuses so perhaps that has conveniently passed them by.

But contracts tend to be worthless nowadays and whether we like it or not such a drop in odds will raise a few eyebrows.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. The bookies want mug Man United supporters who believe in Santa to waste there money betting on Harry joining them. Get over it not worth writing about.

    • Cut it out – the northern fans are the real Man U fans. The idiots putting money on this are the plastic masses who follow Man U as a fashion statement not a football team. PS Twitter provides ample proof that there are plenty of “thick monkeys” following every PL team including ours.

  2. You southern shandy drinkers can’t accept that “One of your own” wants to go to a club that wants to win trophies. He’s had enough of being a spursy failure. Hahaha

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