Harry Kane informs Tottenham he wants to leave for one club
Harry Kane has reportedly told Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino that he would like to leave the club for Real Madrid.
The Englishman is well and truly becoming one of the best players in the Premier League as well as in Europe.
Kane has scored eight goals in the English top flight in only ten appearances and that is having not scored in the month of August which makes his achievements all the more impressive.
Though, his incredible form for Tottenham has come at a cost for the club who could well risk losing the player in the coming transfer windows.
Now, one report has claimed that the striker has informed manager Mauricio Pochettino that he would like to leave the club and for one club in particular.
That club comes in the form of European giants Real Madrid who have been linked with a move for the Englishman in recent weeks.
Kane came up against Tottenham in the clubs last Champions League game and although he had been forced back with injury, his presence on the pitch allowed for other players to impress against the European champions.
Now, he could well end up in Zinedine Zidane’s side if reports are true and a humongous deal could well be in the offing.
It’s safe to say that Tottenham will not be willing to sell cheap and a deal would have to eclipse the £90million deal that it cost Real Madrid to sign Gareth Bale.