There may not be any action on the pitch, but off the pitch, the rumours continue to flow.
There are several top strikers out there who could be on their way this summer should the transfer window go ahead. They include RB Leipzig’s Timo Werner and Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus among a long list of others.
And Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane may just be the most wanted name on that list.
The 26-year-old has certainly been in the limelight in recent weeks. Last month, the striker said he will not stay at Spurs “just for the sake of it.”
The England captain has also made his thoughts clear on the coronavirus situation. Kane believes the current Premier League season should be scrapped if it cannot be completed by the end of June.
And transfer rumours have also been surrounding the striker in recent days. Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is reportedly willing to let go of his star due to financial worries.
But the club claim they have no ambitions to sell the forward any time soon. And they have added that he will certainly not be sold to a rival club.
Kane signed a six-year contract with the north London side in June 2018. He has 11 league goals this season despite missing much of the action through injury.
And his situation remains unclear, with several top European sides undoubtedly interested in his services.
Despite the warning, Premier League side Manchester United reportedly remain keen on his signature.
The Red Devils are currently 6/4 to sign Kane this summer.
It’s 13/2 for the forward to be a Real Madrid player next season, and 12/1 for him to sign for Barcelona.
Kane has been given odds of 14/1 to make the switch to Man City.
He’s available at 16/1 to join Bayern Munich, and 25/1 to move to Liverpool.
The deadly finisher is currently 33/1 to join Serie A outfit Juventus.
It is a peculiar time for football all across Europe. The current pandemic has brought a halt to all the top European action. And the situation may extend into the coming months.
Kane was hoping to return to top-flight action this season after suffering an injury earlier in the campaign. The skipper was also expected to lead the line for his country this summer at Euro 2020.
But both campaigns have been postponed, giving the player much more thinking time to decide his future.
Kane is 4/6 not to sign or agree a contract with any other club this summer.