Euro giants ‘offered’ Spurs star, former PL winner could be part of ‘the operation’ – Harry Hotspur

Euro giants ‘offered’ Spurs star, former PL winner could be part of ‘the operation’ – Harry Hotspur

Tottenham striker Harry Kane is nearing the end of his contract at the club and the 29-year-old striker has been linked with a move away at the end of the season.

The England international has a contract with the North London giants until the summer of 2024 and he is yet to sign an extension with them.

According to a report from Cadena Ser, Kane could be on his way out of the club this summer and intermediaries have ‘offered’ the player to Real Madrid. It will be interesting to see if the Spanish giants take up the option to sign the world-class striker during the summer transfer window.

He is unlikely to be a cheap acquisition and Real Madrid will have to spend substantial amounts of money in order to lure him to the Santiago Bernabeu.

It is no secret that Real Madrid need to sign a quality striker who can share the goalscoring burden alongside Karim Benzema.

The French international striker has not been at his best in recent months. On the other hand, Kane has been in phenomenal form in the Premier League, scoring 28 goals in the league and 30 goals across all competitions.

The 29-year-old is one of the best players in the world, and he could improve Real Madrid tremendously.

According to the reports, Eden Hazard could be a part of ‘the operation’ to bring Kane to Santiago Bernabeu.

That’s a third league title for Eden Hazard in a top league:

🏆Ligue 1 (2011)
🏆Coupe de France (2011)

🏆🏆Premier League (2015, 2017)
🏆🏆Europa League (2013, 2019)
🏆FA Cup (2018)
🏆League Cup (2015)

🇪🇸Real Madrid
🏆La Liga (2020)

— Kristof Terreur (@kristofterreur) July 16, 2020

The former Chelsea winger has been quite underwhelming since his move to the Spanish club and his career at Real Madrid has been plagued by persistent injuries.

A move away from Spain could be ideal for him and a return to the Premier League would help him get a fresh start. The Belgian played his best football in England with Chelsea and returning to his comfort zone could help him get back to his best.

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