In order to boost their cavalry and put an end to their disappointing run in front of goals, Spanish league giants are reportedly eyeing Tottenham Hotspur’s high flying striker Harry Kane in an absolute mind boggling €200 million deal. According to the Spanish weekly, Don Balon, the 12 times European champions are considering Kane as the successor to their talisman and record club goal scorer Cristiano Ronaldo. The defending league champions Real Madrid have witnessed a sluggish start in front of goals early this season and they are also hampered by the injuries of their formidable force that goes by the name BBC, including French striker Karim Benzema and Welsh wizard Gareth Bale as both are unable to deal with their fitness and form concerns.
— Cristiano Ronaldo (@Cristiano) September 26, 2017
Getting back to the prolific Tottenham striker, Kane has found the back of the net 11 times in all competitions for the London side and is a clear favorite to take the golden boot award home for consecutive third time. The 24-year old has netted 44 goals in all competition which is still unprecedented as Argentine striker Sergio Aguero, who has scored 8 less is the only player coming near the England striker.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 3, 2017
Coming as a surprise to many the Blancos have turned their attention on Kane out of nowhere and as Football pundits often suggest that Real Madrid president is all about results. As a matter of fact Florentino Perez is known for that kind of lavish spending as market rate of Premier League golden boot winner currently fluctuates around 150-200 million Euros based on his current red hot form.
— Real Madrid C.F.🇬🇧 (@realmadriden) October 2, 2017
Going by is current stature in this week’s International break, Kane with his blistering form will also be taking over as the England captain when his national team is going to entertain Slovenia at the famous Wembley Stadium. Will Kane fit-in in the Real Madrid squad is something the club manager Zinedine Zidane have to think about but as far as Tottenham is concerned, they won’t entertain a bid below to what PSG paid for Neymar.