Here’s your daily round-up of transfer gossip from World Soccer.
England striker Harry Kane has once again let Tottenham Hotspur know of his intentions to leave this summer, according to Sky Sports. The 27-year-old has grown tired of the club’s lack of success and is yet to win any silverware during his time in North London. Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea are all interested in signing the forward as well as Spanish giants Barcelona, but it’s understood that Kane would prefer to stay in England, according to the Times.
Kieran Trippier is being linked with a move back to England, with Manchester United and Everton looking to acquire the right-back, according to The Athletic. The 30-year-old left Tottenham for Atletico Madrid in 2019 and has endured an up-and-down spell in Spain. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer originally wanted to bring in the full-back in January, but had to abandon the move due to the full-back’s betting ban.
According to The Mail, Liverpool are unlikely to pay £18 million to make Turkish defender Ozan Kabak’s loan from Schalke permanent this summer. The 21-year-old is being watched by RB Leipzig as a potential replacement for Ibrahima Konate, who is set to join Jurgen Klopp’s side instead this summer.