Real Madrid Make Harry Kane Their 'Number One Transfer Target' This Summer
Real Madrid have lined up Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane as their 'number one transfer target' this summer.
Kane is regarded as one of the world's best forwards but is yet to win an elite-level trophy in his career.
According to SER Deportivos, Madrid are keen to add Kane to their ranks in an attempt to refresh their forward line.
Other attackers being monitored are Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland - but 'Los Blancos' believe Kane will be the easier player to get.
He's not won a top level trophy in his career however and Spurs' only chance of one this season is the Carabao Cup.
Jose Mourinho's side challenge holders Manchester City in April and they're underdogs going into it.
A 3-0 loss out in Croatia saw Zagreb go through 3-2 overall after Spurs' 2-0 win in the home leg a week prior.
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Former Spurs striker Peter Crouch discussed Kane's future following the game and believes he is a Champions League-quality player.
Crouch explained on BT Sport: "Harry Kane shouldn't even be playing in this competition. He's a Champions League player.
"He's a player who should be there with [Robert] Lewandowski, [Erling] Haaland, [Kylian] Mbappe - he's up there with those."
But getting Kane out of North London is likely to prove difficult for anyone who dares.
The Athletic's David Ornstein told Sky Sports on Monday that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy would likely as for 'excess of £120 million' for Kane.
He then followed up those comments on the Ornstein & Chapman Podcast by revealing Spurs insiders are confident Kane will spend his career with the club.
"Quite a few contacts I've spoken to in the last 24 hours or so think Harry Kane will be at Tottenham for the rest of his career," he said per HITC.
"We obviously don't know how that will pan out, but the sentiment being that the chances of him leaving look really small."
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