The Tottenham star still has two years left on his current deal and would be difficult to convince to leave.
The Champions League final loss to Real Madrid was painful for Liverpool. The Anfield side dominated the statistics except for the most important one – goals. With the firepower of Mo Salah, Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino, Diogo Jota and Luis Diaz, Liverpool failed to get a goal against the Spanish giants.
Following the loss to Real Madrid, Jurgen Klopp promised Liverpool fans that they would be back to the final next season, and the German is working around the clock to get the personnel that would help him deliver on his promise.
Liverpool are hunting for a proven striker and has links to Benfica’s Uruguayan striker Darwin Nunez. The Merseyside club have now been urged to sign English international Harry Kane.
It looks like a mission impossible, but like Ethan Hunt, Liverpool want to make it possible. The links to Harry Kane by Liverpool have refused to disappear. The Anfield side wants to land Harry Kane this summer to boost their chances of winning the Champions League and the Premier League.
Despite still under contract with Spurs, the future of Harry Kane continues to be a talking point even as the transfer window is still in the early days. Kane has two years left to run on his contract, but there remains an interest in the forward from far and wide. The English international has an impressive scoring record for club and country and has elicited interest from different clubs over the years.
Last summer, Manchester City wanted to sign Harry Kane and were willing to pay £150 million to land the striker, but he eventually decided to stay at Spurs. Though not happy last season, Kane seems more content with his current situation under Antonio Conte, with a move away from North London not an interest to the forward. It has not stopped Liverpool from wanting the player at Anfield.
It is only natural that Liverpool would have links to different players following the unsettled situation with some key personnel. Jurgen Klopp wants to keep the aces in his hands.
Mo Salah is yet to commit to a new contract, and it is giving Liverpool all sorts of headaches. The Merseyside club is in negotiations with the Egyptian striker, but both parties are yet to reach a compromise. Salah is demanding more money than Liverpool is offering.
Sadio Mane has been the subject of rumours suggesting an interest in leaving the club. Perhaps, the Senegalese striker feels underappreciated following his contributions to the team. The talk has been about Mo Salah, with Mane relegated to the background.
Signing Harry Kane would be a massive coup for Liverpool but the chances of it happening remain rather slim.