In hopes of strengthening teams for whats to come in Europe, several clubs have been seen to be linked some top player or the other. Now reports seems to be covering that Real Madrid are currently moving up the boards to bring in Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane next summer, according to Don Balon.
After seeing the potential and talents their centre forward, the Spurs have reported splashed a whooping price tag of £177million for their star man, and the Los Blancos are said to be willing to meet the price tag.
Madrid president Florentino Perez might just in the works to break the bank for the Spurs man and strengthen up his team upfront, as reports continue to link Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema away from the Santigo Bernabeu stadium.
Regardless of the money that could be paid for the England International, Tottenham would struggle to replace their superstar, which will see a lot of offers being rejected by the Spurs board next summer.
The Spurs have quickly developed their team into a better one with their famous forward upfront as he has bagged himself 11 goals in just nine games played so far in the Premier League this season.
The English forward could just become a Spurs Legend should he stay with the club further than expected, since joining them at the age of eleven, when he was first deployed as a midfielder.
Spurs are considering their Star man priceless for any club coming out of their way to sign their star. The English man took the lead for the North Londoners as they secure themselves a Champions League spot last season.
The Spurs team might just be in the luck to win a trophy this season, as they are yet to win a Major trophy for themselves in several seasons.
Madrid might just be on their way with some delegates to make sure the signing of the 24-year-old forward. Not to be forgotten the La Liga giants have been well known to have swiped two players away from the North Londoners, following the sale of Luka Modric for reported fee of £30 million in the summer of 2012 and the summer after that immediately followed the sale of Gareth Bale for a then-world-record of £85.3 million to the Bernabeu stadium.
As Europe big spenders, the Los Blancos could meet up with the £177million the English club is asking for or maybe even higher, which could leave the Spurs’ side in a difficult situation.