Manchester City remain firm favourites to land Harry Kane this summer but Daniel Levy's steadfast determination to hang on to his star man makes backing him to stay at Tottenham an enticing prospect.
The Spurs striker has made no secret of his desire to leave the north London club this summer.
The Etihad has emerged as the most likely destination for Kane should he be allowed to depart - which is far from certain.
Kane, who will turn 28 before August, believes he needs to leave Spurs to achieve success, but the club and chairman Daniel Levy are not playing ball.
Planet Sport Bet make champions Man City firm favourites to land Kane. Indeed City are 2/5 to be the club he is with when the transfer window closes at the start of September. That is an implied probability of over 70% that Kane ends up at the Etihad Stadium.
Tottenham are rated at 7/4 to keep their skipper. Indeed, Planet Sport Bet thinks it is a two-horse race to land Kane this summer. Chelsea and Manchester United are as long as 16/1, while Paris Saint-Germain - who have been linked - at 25/1, the same price as Real Madrid.
If you think that Kane might pull a Sol Campbell and defect to Spurs' bitter rivals Arsenal - then you can get 200/1.