Kane could be 'stuck' at Spurs; new £5.1bn Premier League TV deal confirmed

Harry Kane could be remaining at Spurs whether he likes it or not this summer, if Pep Guardiola and Manchester City opt to go in a different direction in their search for a striker.

Kane could end up 'stuck' if Man City opt for Haaland

Due to Harry Kane's reported £150million price tag, according to The Sun, if Manchester City opt to bring Erling Braut Haaland to the club, Kane could be 'stuck' at Tottenham Hotspur.

City are in the market for a new striker as Sergio Aguero gets set to leave the Etihad in the summer, and Kane and Haaland have long been touted as potential replacements for the Argentine with the Premier League champions.

Manchester United are currently the favourites to sign the England captain in the summer, at 13/8 with Sky Bet, but the Sun's report claims that they won't be willing to spend more than £90million on Kane - potentially way short of a bid up to Daniel Levy's estimate.

At this stage, Kane is an 11/8 shot to stay at Spurs, while a move to Man City is priced at 11/4, with a reunion with Mauricio Pochettino at Paris Saint-Germain available at 12/1.

£5.1billion Premier League TV rights deal renewed

The Premier League have confirmed they have agreed an extension of their TV rights deal, which will see live matches continue to be broadcast across Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon, which will last until 2025.

The total worth of the package across all three channels over the next four years is reported by Sky to amount to £5.1billion.

Included in this new deal is an extra £100million on top of existing trickle-down funding that will help fund lower-league clubs at this time.

A free-to-air option will remain available as the BBC will continue to broadcast highlights on Match of the Day.

Wright urges Bissouma to pick Man Utd over Liverpool

Ian Wright believes Manchester United would be the best club for the in-demand Yves Bissouma to move to over the summer.

The Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder has impressed this season for the Seagulls, and a £30million move for the Mali international could be on the cards in the next transfer window.

A whole raft of clubs have reported interest in the 24-year-old, not least Liverpool, who are set to dip into the market for a midfielder with Gini Wijnaldum looking set to leave the club.

The Reds are currently the 5/2 favourites with Sky Bet to sign Bissouma, but Wright believes moving to Manchester would be of more benefit to the midfielder in the long run.

The Arsenal legend said on the 'Wrighty's House' podcast, quoted by Metro: "Bissouma at United… that fits. He's very good.

"You look at Bissouma, and he's looking at Liverpool, we know that Liverpool have had their problems this season and you've got to choose between Liverpool and Man United in the current climate.

"I'm probably going to go with Man United. At the moment, yeah, because if we didn't have the pandemic there's certain things that's going to happen where someone gets sold so they can finance [another signing].

"And what's going on at Liverpool, there's a lot of players getting into that 30 age bracket - Van Dijk, Henderson, the three guys up front.

"You think to yourself, 'yeah Liverpool are magnificent with what they've done these last couple of years'. But you look at Man United and what Man United are on the cusp of doing, it's a much more attractive proposition right now, much more."

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are currently a 12/1 shot to land the midfielder over the summer.

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