REAL MADRID are reportedly considering an incredible double swoop for Tottenham duo Harry Kane and Dele Alli.
Los Blancos were beaten to Kylian Mbappe’s signature by PSG in the last window and want to make a statement of intent by landing a superstar.
Spanish outlet Marca are claiming Florentino Perez could sanction another raid on Spurs as they target marquee signings.
The Spaniards have already signed Luca Modric and Gareth Bale from White Hart Lane, with both making a big impact.
And the reigning European champions will have the perfect chance for a scouting mission when they face Spurs this month.
Kane, 34, has been in blistering form and has 14 goals in 10 matches this season despite a barren August.
Alli, meanwhile, has emerged as one of Europe’s best midfielders with his side’s top scorer owing many of his chances to the ex MK-Dons star.
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At 21, the playmaker also has his best years in front of him but must cut out some of the disciplinary issues which have crept into his game.
Those problems have been attributed to a lack of progress with a new contract in some quarters which would take Alli to £80,000 per week.
Kane is Tottenham’s highest earner on a £120,000-a-week contract but both could at least double their pay elsewhere.