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Real Madrid want record breaker Harry Kane but bringing the forward to the Bernebau will be tough

Real Madrid are hunting for a new centre forward and Tottenham's Harry Kane is the ideal candidate but Spurs are unwilling to sell to the Spanish giants.

Real Madrid are desperate to sign Tottenham’s Harry Kane, but the record breaking foward will be a challange to sign for Zinedine Zidane’s side, according to reports.

Real Madrid are confident that they will land the Englishmen, but Spurs will put up a fight to keep their star man.


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In Tottenhams recent match agaisnt Southampton Harry Kane scored a hatrick and won man of the match

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In Tottenham’s recent match against Southampton Harry Kane scored a hattrick and won man of the match

Harry Kane is Europes top scorer of 2017

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Harry Kane is Europes top scorer of 2017

Marca claim the only player Zinedine Zidane would rather have than Kane is ex-Barcelona forward Neymar.

However the Madrid board see Harry Kane as a more viable choice to replace underperforming striker Karim Benzema.

The stumbling back for Madrid will be dealing with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy who will demand a minimum of 200 million euros for the forward.


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Levy is notorious for his business sense and Madrid have dealt with him, with some difficulty, on two previous occasions now when purchasing Luka Modric and Gareth Bale.

Disregarding the business aspect, Harry Kane has proved his loyalty to Spurs a number of times now.

Manchester United offered him a massive wage increase last summer and he instead committed his future to the Lilly Whites.

Harry Kane scored more Hattricks in 2017 then Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski combined

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Harry Kane scored more Hattricks in 2017 then Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski combined

Tottenham’s strong performances in the Champions League, as well as the brand new stadium opening next season will give the London club’s hopes to keep their striker.

Manchester City have now joined the race for the Englishmen and they are willing to pay a higher wage then both Spurs and Madrid are willing to.