Harry Kane getting stronger season by season and his performance are making waves around the world. The English striker is one of the finest striker going around the world if not the best.
The Season is no strange, Harry Kane has scored 11 goals in 10 matches in all competition. Daniel Levy has revealed a price for his prized possession if any club in Europe wants to acquire the services of the England international.
Tottenham will not accept anything less than £200 million for Harry Kane.
According to The Times, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy would demand a fee higher than the £200m which Paris Saint-Germain spent on signing Neymar this summer.
The 24-year-old forward is one of the most sort after player in the world football. He has emerged as one of the top transfer targets for the Real Madrid, with Zinedine Zidane claiming that the striker is ‘a complete player’ in the build-up to his side’s Champions League clash with Spurs on Tuesday.
Tottenham Hotspur Chairman is keen to keep the striker at least for one more season at the club. They would prefer him to play at the new stadium next season.
‘He is a very important player, he is a key player for Tottenham, he is very good at everything,’ Zidane said on Monday. ‘What he does is always towards the goal, he attacks space at speed. He is a complete player.’
It will be an interesting match for both the sides, Spurs are one of the most enterprising sides in Europe. Harry Kane will have special attention from the Real Madrid management.
Harry Kane still has 4 and half year contract with the Spurs, it will take a lot of convincing for any club to acquire the services of the frontmen. Tottenham Hotspur failure to win trophies may become a reason for them losing their talisman.
A big match for Tottenham Hotspurs.
Tottenham Hotspurs play Real Madrid in the champions league. Playing away at Madrid and expecting a point is an uphill task, it’s not impossible but difficult one.
Real Madrid is not having best of a season in La Liga but their form in Champions league which should worry Spurs. Gareth Bale will miss the match against his former Employers due to an injury.
Real Madrid is plagued with the injuries but they should win this match with the experience they possess in the locker room.