Tottenham Hotspur could be ready to sell Harry Kane according to reports in Spain.
The England international has been in devastating form for Tottenham for the last two-and-a-half years, winning the last two Premier League golden boots, and being on his way to claiming a third this time round.
The striker scored 35 goals in 38 appearances last season, and has already bagged a further 30 goals in 31 appearances during this campaign, including 21 in the Premier League, two more than Liverpool’s Mo Salah.
However, his goals have come at a cost to Tottenham, with a number of clubs now looking at signing the striker, including Real Madrid and Manchester United.
Despite Spurs having claimed that he is not for sale, reports in Spain now claim that the North London club would be willing to sell their star striker if they were to receive a bid from Real Madrid for €200m (£176m).
Mundo Deportivo are reporting that of Real Madrid make such an offer, Spurs are willing do business with ‘minimal fuss’ in a bid to prevent a situation similar to that they faced when the Spanish giants came calling for Luka Modric, who refused to train in a bid to force a move to the Spanish capital.
While Kane has spoken publicly of his love for Spurs and his intention to stay at the club, the lure of a move to Real Madrid, or indeed Manchester United, and the financial rewards that go with it, could prove to be too hard to turn down.
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