Harry Kane is now favoured to stay at Tottenham this summer, while Real Madrid are the 6/4 second favourites to be his next club when the transfer window closes.
The Spanish giants will be on the lookout for a new striker following the announcement that Karim Benzema will be departing after 14 years at the Santiago Bernabeu.
“Madridistas and all the fans around the world have enjoyed his magical and unique football, which has made him (Benzema) one of the great myths of our club and one of the great legends of world football," they said in a statement.
Kane could become a main figure across the summer window as discussion surrounding his future intensifies following Spurs' failure to qualify for European football.
Odds correct at 0945 BST (06/06/23)
Kane signed his first professional contract with Tottenham in July 2010 and has established himself as the key figure in recent years.
The 29-year-old has scored 280 goals across 435 appearances for Spurs, contributing a further 64 assists. The 2022/23 campaign saw him become the club's all-time leading goalscorer.
In March, his strike against Italy also made him England's all-time top scorer with 54. It was a domestic campaign that delivered 32 goals in 49 games.
Manchester United have drifted out to 5/2. Bayern Munich - who have previously been credited with interest - are 33/1 outsiders.
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