Real Madrid ‘make Harry Kane their primary transfer target this summer’, believing Tottenham striker’s ‘signature would be easier to land than Kylian Mbappe’s or Erling Haaland’s’
- Real Madrid have reportedly identified Spurs’ Harry Kane as their No 1 target
- The Spanish side are looking to land a world-class striker at the end of the season
- Real are also interested in PSG’s Kylian Mbappe and Dortmund’s Erling Haaland
- But they believe Kane’s signature is more attainable in summer transfer window
Real Madrid have reportedly identified Tottenham striker Harry Kane as their primary target for the summer transfer window.
The Spanish giants are looking to land a world-class striker when the 2020-2021 season ends and believe Kane is the perfect man to sign.
Real are also interested in Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe and Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland but believe Kane’s signature is more attainable.
Real Madrid have identified Spurs striker Harry Kane as their primary target for the summer
According to SER Deportivos, Real Madrid believe negotiations with the Englishman would be ‘easier’ than with either Mbappe or Haaland.
The England captain’s older sibling, Charlie, has been involved with Kane’s career from the beginning and is registered as an intermediary to manage his football and commercial affairs.
Real Madrid are encouraged by Kane’s representation as they believe ‘other intermediaries could make the operation considerably more expensive’.
Zinedine Zidane (above) is looking to land a world-class striker at the end of the season
Real Madrid are also interested in PSG’s Kylian Mbappe (R) and Dortmund’s Erling Haaland (L)
Mbappe appears to be represented by his relatives when it comes to putting pen to paper on terms while Haaland is a client of well-known agent Mino Raiola.
Kane’s future at Tottenham remains uncertain with many believing he is ready to take his career to the next step.
Having scored 215 goals in 377 games over eight seasons Kane is eager to get his hands on some silverware.
Jose Mourinho’s side crashed out of the Europa League to Dinamo Zagreb after throwing away a two-goal lead from the first leg to go out 3-2 on aggregate.
The result leaves Spurs’ hopes of qualifying for next year’s Champions League hanging by a thread with Mourinho’s men sitting in sixth place in the Premier League table.
Kane’s future at Tottenham remains uncertain after they crashed out of the Europa League
However, Jose Mourinho will be eager to keep hold of his star striker in the summer window
Tottenham are due to take on Manchester City in the League Cup final next month, but should they experience a similar fate, they may lose their star striker.
Former Spurs striker Peter Crouch shared his opinion on Kane’s future at Spurs after their performance against Dinamo Zagreb.
‘Harry Kane shouldn’t even be playing in this competition. He’s a Champions League player,’ Crouch told BT Sport.
‘He’s a player who should be there with [Robert] Lewandowski, [Erling] Haaland, [Kylian] Mbappe – he’s up there with those.’