Harry Kane, the wonderkid from Tottenham Hotspur has now become a goal-scoring machine in Europe. The England international has already won two consecutive Golden Boots at the age of 24. Since returning from Leicester City, where he was on loan, at the end of 2013-14 season, Kane has gone on to score over 130 goals in just under 200 appearances for Spurs, winning several individual accolades in the process. The Tottenham Hotspur man is in dazzling form after scoring 32 goals in 23 matches this season.
Kane’s overall game allows him to contribute much more than just goals. His strength in the air, off the ball movement, physicality, and the ability to shoot with either foot makes him a daunting prospect. Besides such physical great physical aspects, Kane is seen as one of the leaders of the young Tottenham team and is tipped to take over the armband once Lloris retires.
The striker who was named in the Ballon d’Or shortlist has now become the next feature piece of Real Madrid’s star hunt. Real Madrid president Florentino Perez wants the star striker to lead the Real Madrid attacking lineup and is reportedly readying a tasteful offer for Tottenham Hotspur. However, it would now seem that Madrid would have to raise their offer as Italian side Juventus are ready to bring in Kane next season for a mind-boggling sum of €250 million.
As for Kane, he is unlikely to move for a fee that will not break many records. Juventus seem keen on the Englishman and want to link him up with Paulo Dybala to make an all-out assault on the Champions League.
While such a humungous move for a single player is sure to send fans and media into a frenzy, both Kane and Tottenham must consider the deal before finalizing it. For Harry Kane, while it would seem the next logical big step, he must remember that Italian football is bound to be a new challenge and he must be ready for it in every possible way. As for Tottenham, while they would be getting a huge budget for future transfers, they must remember that the money does not always guarantee quality, as was evident with the case of Gareth Bale’s departure.
A gamble to take for Tottenham should Kane force a move but with Kane’s loyalty to the Spurs’ side, it is a move they can avoid, especially if they hope to establish themselves as a top club in European football.
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