Harry Kane Would Be Interested In Joining Liverpool

Former Premier League striker Dean Windass believes that Harry Kane would be interested in joining Liverpool.
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Liverpool have not made it a secret that they are looking for reinforcements during the summer window. 

The Reds have been linked with several midfielders and attackers as they look to replace some underperforming and aging squad players.

Jurgen Klopp's side have already announced the signing of central defender Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig after the two club's reached an agreement that is said to be near £36 million.

After strengthening the centre backs at the club, Liverpool sporting director Michael Edwards has moved on to bringing in a new versatile attacker.

The Reds have been linked with several players including RB Salzburg's Patson Daka, Lazio's Joaquin Correa, Leeds United's Raphinha and Fiorentina's Dusan Vlahovic.

However, one Premier League striker who won two major awards would reportedly be interested in joining Liverpool this summer.


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According to former Premier League striker Dean Windass, Harry Kane would be interested in a move to Liverpool.

Harry Kane Interested In Liverpool Move

Harry Kane of England reacts during the UEFA Nations League group match between Belgium and England in King Power Stadion.

Tottenham striker Harry Kane features for England

When speaking to This Is Futbol, Hull City's oldest-ever goal scorer in the Premier League said, "I think Harry would be interested, who wouldn’t want to sign for Liverpool?"

Harry Kane is coming off of one of his best ever seasons with Tottenham that saw him win both the Premier League Golden Boot and Premier League Playmaker of the Season.

In his 49 total appearances for the London side, Kane managed an impressive 33 goals and 17 assists.

Although Windass believes that Harry Kane would be interested in a move to the Merseyside giants, he is unsure that Liverpool would be willing to meet the price tag Tottenham have slapped on the English striker.

"That’s the question, would they go and spend £150m, I don’t think they would.”

With Divock Origi set to leave Liverpool this summer, the club will need to find an adequate replacement but it seems that will not be Harry Kane.