Real Madrid is set to enter a bidding war for Premier League star during the summer transfer window as they look to rebuild their squad.
The 24-year-old has been in great form for Tottenham and is easily one of the best players in White Hart Lane. However, despite his form, the North London club still sit fifth in the table but remain one point behind fourth-placed Chelsea. But with Real Madrid on the look-out for a brand new striker, it looks like Harry Kane is one of their top targets.
The English man has been in phenomenal form for the Premier League sides and even on to out-score both Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo with a massive 57 goals in 2017. He even went on to score his 100th Premier League goal against Liverpool on Sunday, and it’s no surprise especially now with Karim Benzema struggling that Real Madrid are after him.
However, now according to reports from Dario Gol, it looks like Manchester City are also after the Tottenham striker. With Sergio Aguero’s time at the Etihad Stadium coming to an end, the Citizens have identified Harry Kane as his replacements, with the 24-year-old already accustomed to the Premier League.
It has further added that Kane’s camp has already notified Florentino Perez of the counter-offer and has asked them to match it. This would mean that both Real Madrid and Manchester City will be in a bidding war during the summer transfer window for the Englishman.
Real Madrid on the other hand, do have the likes of Mauro Icardi and Timo Werner on their shortlist and they desperately need someone especially with Karim Benzema struggling for goals. The Los Blancos have struggled this season, especially in the La Liga with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema struggling for both form and fitness.
IF things do go Manchester City’s way, then there is a good chance that the Premier League is in trouble but for Real Madrid, it certainly does mean a massive loss. However, the Los Blancos do have other targets that they could bring in but who better than 2017’s top scorer to bring in to end a goal-scoring problem?