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Despised, the four teams that have refused to sign Harry Kane in Europe

By Liam Styles

Despised, the four teams that have refused to sign Harry Kane in Europe

The striker has been one of the most effective, but this reason makes clubs think about his transfer.

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Harry Kane is one of the top targets for Europe's biggest clubs at the moment. The England striker knows that it is now or never to take an important step in his career and prove that he can be compared to names like Erling Haaland or Kylian Mbappé.

Several teams had been tempted to sign him a few years ago, but different market circumstances have pushed them back. First there was the COVID-19 pandemic that hit the planet and set back many situations on the pitch, so many signings stopped immediately.

Then there has been the Kane cost situation. Tottenham are asking around 130 million euros to get the English striker. Which is not cheap, considering that Jude Bellingham has just been transferred to Real Madrid for less and is expected to be one of the big names in the coming years.

Veteran experience is another central issue in the refusal to sign Kane. The big clubs expect the expense of these signings to cover several years, and the centre-forward is turning 30, so he can no longer be considered a youngster and an investment like the Spurs attacker carries a certain risk.

Who rejected a move for Kane?

The website fichajes.com has reported that Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid have all enquired about Harry Kane. Many have declined to negotiate further due to the high cost of his contract, although Carlo Ancelotti's team could be obliged to try to get him for the summer transfer window.
 


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