As per latest reports, Real Madrid are set to offer Tottenham Hotspur a lucrative deal to lure their star striker Harry Kane to Santiago Bernabeu. The deal is said to be worth £132.5m and will also involve their former talismanic winger Gareth Bale going back to the North London club. That is surely a tempting deal, however, Daniel Levy and co. should never comply with it.
Ian McGarry, a transfer window specialist recently said, “It’s been suggested to me, Real Madrid would be willing to offer Gareth Bale plus €150m (£132.5m) to Tottenham (for Kane), but in the knowledge that Gareth Bale isn’t that keen on going back to Tottenham.”
Mauricio Pochettino has built a young and dynamic team around Harry Kane and the North London club can now be truly called as an English heavyweight. Spurs are quite close to achieving something special with this golden generation of theirs and letting Harry Kane go in the summer will be more than a setback for the club.
Real Madrid have decided to part ways with Cristiano Ronaldo, so we can expect one or even two big-money coups from Los Blancos this summer. All the clubs with certain star players will be wary that Madrid will come hard at their prized target and Harry Kane will certainly be right up there at the center of attention.
The Englishman has been scoring goals left right and centre in the Premier League and is also set to win the Golden Boot at the World Cup. Only a spectacular campaign from Mohamed Salah last season denied him his Golden Boot in the Premier League which he made his own in the last few years.
Kane has all the facets to his game which a striker needs. He is lethal in front of goal, has good positional sense and uses his body strength well to hold up the ball. Madrid will miss Ronaldo’s goal-scoring prowess the most and going in for an out and out striker will certainly be the right way to go for the Galacticos as they look to replace him.
Some emotional fans would want to have Bale back in the squad but Kane is the most important player for Pochettino in his current setup. With the team close to achieving something special, selling Kane will set them back few more years towards ending their trophy drought. The money and the reunion with Bale will be tempting but Tottenham shouldn’t in any way let their star striker leave the club.
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