Real Madrid to bid £177m for prolific Premier League star

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Real Madrid were originally willing to offer €125 million for Kane's services, but as Eduarda Inda noted in Spanish TV program, El Chiringuito, "Real Madrid are asking for Harry Kane for next season, but you know the price and they are 200 million euros", Tottenham's valuation of their striker was much higher.

Harry Kane will face a hard decision to stay with Tottenham Hotspur if Manchester United or Real Madrid come calling next summer, should Spurs fail to win the Premier League this year. He is often overshadowed by the club's other superstars like Ronaldo and Bale, but Benzema's goal-scoring record for the Galácticos is impressive and he is an important part of their devastating strike force.

The better he does, the more folks speculate about whether he's too good for Tottenham.

After what has become his customary drought in August, Kane has scored at least two goals in five of his six games for Tottenham this month and now has six goals in the Premier League in his bid for a third straight Golden Boot. And ex-Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan believes that should United or Real come calling next summer than the double Premier League golden boot victor would be hard pressed to turn down a move away from north London.

Spanish champion and current Champions League victor real Madrid is ready to pull off the biggest transfer in its history.

Sign two of the best players in the world.

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If anyone's still wondering just how good Kane is, that match should help settle the debate.

Sky Sports pundit Charlie Nicholas believes that #Tottenham Hotspur's #Harry Kane is "better than anyone" at La Liga giants #Real Madrid, a claim which will resound with the utmost plausibility when considering the prolific form to which the unsafe England global finds himself in.

"They're totally different players - Harry's an out-and-out goalscorer and Gaz [Bale] is a bit of a winger - but in terms of development it's relatively similar", Davies said.

England boss Gareth Southgate admits tonight is a chance for Kane to stake his claim to be made permanent captain.

He would, also, not be the first player to trade the Lily White of Spurs for the Los Blancos of Spain.

Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino is adamant Kane is not for sale, though if Spurs continue to fail to win silverware, not to mention Real Madrid wanting him, the club could be powerless to losing him.

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