HARRY KANE has been identified as Real Madrid’s main transfer target – but Tottenham have put a huge £310million price tag on the striker.
The England captain is one of the world’s best attackers, and the struggling Spanish giants want him to rejuvenate their team.
EPA Harry Kane has had a huge asking price of £310million placed on him by Tottenham to ward off interest[/caption]
SunSport understand Spurs have no need to sell Kane or any of their other star players during January.
Real Madrid want to bolster their under-performing frontline with an established but still young striker.
While the likes of Robert Lewandowksi and Edinson Cavani could be available for the right price, both are over 30 and Los Blancos want a longer-term solution.
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The club, currently fifth in La Liga, have found the net just 26 times in 18 league matches so far this season.
Cristiano Ronaldo was allowed to depart for Juventus in the summer after nearly 10 years at the club.
In his absence, fellow Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale have struggled to fill the void.
Summer signing Mariano Diaz has also failed to step up as a regular source of goals.
Teenage star Vinicius has impressed in spells, but is still just 18.
Tottenham have also moved to fend off interest in Kane’s team-mate Christian Eriksen.
Gareth Bale has struggled to score goals this season in the absence of Cristiano RonaldoGetty Images – Getty
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