Real Madrid are preparing a £200million offer for Tottenham star Harry Kane as they look to convince the side to sell possibly the best player in the Premier League right now.
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The English forward has grown into a Spurs sensation over the past few years and is now regarded as the best striker in the Premier League, even the world after being voted in the UEFA Team of the Year for 2017.
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The player outscored both Lionel Messi and Barcelona as Spurs attempted to push Chelsea to the Premier League table but were unable to hop Antonio Conte’s side before the season finished.
While rumours of a Real Madrid have been present since the summer, it has always been clear that Harry Kane is happy to stay at Tottenham and that the club are not willing to sell the world-class star.
Though, the rumours today of a world-record £200million move may see them soften their stance a bit with the finances behind the deal simply sensational.
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That transfer fee would be more than the fee that Paris Saint-Germain paid to get Neymar, with that coming in just below what Real Madrid would pay to sign Harry Kane if that figure proves to be correct.
Tottenham were in this position not that long ago when Real Madrid came in with a world-record bid for Gareth Bale and this could be very reminiscent of that position.
Spurs didn’t want the player to leave but they knew that the money was simply too much to turn down and that could end up being the same case here.
Though, this one wouldn’t go down so well with the fans who want to see the player stay for the majority of his career and who remember the signing shambles that followed Bale’s departure.