Real Madrid prepare sensational offer for Tottenham’s Harry Kane

Harry Kane

Real Madrid are considering a huge move for Tottenham striker Harry Kane next summer, according to Spanish outlet Don Balon.

The Spanish outlet claim that the La Liga champions are weighing up a bid for the 24-year-old and are not moved by the £177million price tag.

It is believed that Los Blancos president Florentino Perez is willing to break the bank on strengthening his new-look attack at the Bernabeu.

The report adds that potential departure of Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale could open the way for Kane to make a sensational switch.

What’s good in this for Tottenham?

No matter who comes knocking, Tottenham must reject any offers they receive for Kane despite the fact that Madrid would most likely cough out £177million for his signature.

The England international is invaluable to the side and Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino would really struggle to replace the centre-forward even with the large sum of money.

There are no obvious weakness to Kane’s game having already managed 11 goals across nine games this season.

Spurs hope to win silverware this season and beyond, but selling their star player would be a huge step backwards.

The England international has risen through Tottenham academy to become a first-team player and has every chance to become the north London club legend if he stays throughout his career.

How likely is this going to happen?

Madrid have become renwoned for their big signings over the years and it is no surprise to see Kane linked with the club.

The Champions League holders will surely test Tottenham’s resolve on their prolific goalscorer and the signing of Gareth Bale and siging of Lukas Modric is a perfect example that these deals can happen.

However, Kane has been loyal to Tottenham so far enjoys playing under Pochettino but it should be noted that was also said of Bale before joining the La Liga side in

If Madrid meet the sensational £177million sum for the Englishman’s signature it would leave Pochettino’s side in a difficult situation, but a lot of it may come down to what the player wants.

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