La Liga giants Real Madrid are not currently working on a deal to bring Harry Kane to Spain, according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano.

The speculation surrounding Kane’s future continues to circulate, as with just 18 months left on his current deal (Transfermarkt), there is no word on negotiations to extend this at the moment.

Kane now has 265 goals for Tottenham Hotspur (Transfermarkt) and looks set to become the club’s all-time leading goalscorer in the immediate future, needing just one more goal to draw level with Jimmy Greaves (Goal).

The 29-year-old is in blistering form this season, with 17 goals to his name in 26 appearances already this term (Transfermarkt). Those goalscoring feats are regularly underscored by transfer speculation.

It has long been rumoured that Bayern Munich are keen on securing Kane’s services, but the latest report from Sport BILD via Sport Witness) suggests the German club may be cooling their interest in the England captain.

Spanish outlet Todofichajes have since claimed Real Madrid are eyeing a move for Kane at the end of this season, with a big money offer being prepared.

 While various sources have reported there remains a chance that Kane will sign a new contract in north London (Dharmesh Sheth via Chris Cowlin and Football Terrace), the possibility of the Spurs star moving on still remains.

According to Romano, Real Madrid are not working on Harry Kane as things stand. The Italian told CaughtOffside (via Substack):  “We know Bayern Munich appreciate him but at the moment there’s been no contact with Tottenham.”

On Kane’s contract situation at Spurs, Romano added: “I’m sure Antonio Conte’s future will be crucial to understand Kane’s future too and how conversations on his new deal will go.”

Harry Kane

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There’s bound to be huge clubs sniffing around Kane as his contract continues to run down, so we need to get the deal in place as soon as possible, for both Kane and Conte. That’s easier said than done, though, and if the manager isn’t backed in January and we don’t get top four this season, I can see them both leaving.

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