The Spaniards of Real Madrid are monitoring the situation of Harry Kane at Tottenham, as the Madrid players are looking for a new striker. The English club have hinted that the captain of the England national team could sign a new contract with the London club, but sources close to the player say that he is looking for trophies, and knows very well that this is a very difficult target for a club like Tottenham.
That's where Real Madrid comes in, who are just 1 of many clubs who will try to lure Kane in the summer transfer window. However, this operation is expected to be quite complicated. Tottenham are thought to be demanding over £100m for Kane, and given the striker's age (29), it will be difficult to meet the London club's demands.
In addition to Real Madrid, Kane is also interested in Manchester United and Bayern Munich. However, the Spaniards have a very specific advantage over their English rivals, in the race for Kane's card. Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy does not prefer Kane to move to one of their Premier League rivals, thereby overpowering their Championship rivals.
For this reason, Real Madrid may be able to secure the services of the bomber, for a more reasonable price, while Kane also realizes his dream, which is to play for a team where he can more easily win trophies.
The Galaxy have meanwhile offered Benzema a contract extension, while interest in Kylian Mbappe also remains high. However, Harry Kane is already another solid alternative. Many things will also depend on the fate of coach Carlo Ancelotti, who in all likelihood will leave the Santiago Bernabeu at the end of the season. Former Tottenham coach Mauricio Pochettino is rumored as one of the possible replacements for the Italian. If the Argentine is placed at the helm of the Real bench, Kane's move to Madrid also looks easier, given that the striker previously worked with Pochettino at Tottenham.