Real Madrid are reportedly ready to make a stunning £177million move for Tottenham striker Harry Kane next summer.
Kane has been one of Europe’s elite marksmen over the last three seasons and has once again started the new campaign in fine style (August obviously doesn’t exsist!), scoring 13 goals for club and country in September.
The futures of both Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema are both uncertain at the Bernabeu, with reports claiming both could be sold in the New Year, and that has led to talk of a huge bid for the England man from the La Liga giants.
Indeed, Eduardo Inda told El Chiringuito: “Real Madrid are asking for Harry Kane for next season, but you know the price and they are 200 million euros.”
Don Balon, meanwhile, claims that Real president Florentino Perez is not scared by the price and will do everything in his power to assemble an outstanding new strike force for Zinedine Zidane.
Real have had difficult start to the new season and are already seven points behind La Liga pacesetters Barcelona, while Cristiano Ronaldo is without a goal in his last three league games, Bale is injured again and Benzema has yet to score this campaign.
That has led to reports of a major shake-up at the club, with Real not only chasing Kane but Juventus striker Paulo Dybala and Atletico hotshot Antoine Griezmann too.
Tottenham, however, have no intention of welcoming any bids for their star man, who has always stated his loyalty to the club in the past and is looking to lead them into their new stadium in 2018-19.