Tottenham are ready to sell Harry Kane to Real Madrid, but only if their valuation is met.
Harry Kane has been a revelation, ever since becoming a regular fixture in Tottenham’s first team set-up. For the last two seasons, he has won the Premier League Golden Boot. Last year, he surpassed Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi to become the highest goalscorer in Europe’s top 5 leagues, while also breaking the Premier League record for most goals scored in a calendar year with 39 strikes.
Yesterday, his penalty against Liverpool made him the 27th player to reach the 100-goal mark in Premier League history. In the process, he also became the 2nd fastest player to achieve the feat.
Gradually, his sensational form has attracted worldwide attention and a possible transfer linkup story with Spanish giants Real Madrid, has long materialized in the press. Both Zinedine Zidane and club president Florentino Pérez have praised Kane in the past, but so far, have refused any immediate move for the prolific striker.
However, according to recent reports in Spanish publication Mundo Deportivo, with Real Madrid set to go through a major squad revamp in the summer, the 24-year-old is on the top of their transfer wish list, alongside Eden Hazard and David De Gea.
The report further states that Spurs are willing to sell Kane as long as their valuation is met. Club chairman Daniel Levy values Kane at €200 million and he won’t buzz under any pressure.
Spurs are hopeful that Madrid will accept their demand as they don’t want a showdown of the Luka Modrić transfer saga, when the Croatian skipped training to force through a move to the Santiago Bernabéu, in 2012.