Tottenham Hotspur’s hopes of winning silverware this season took another blow recently after the club suffered Europa League humiliation at the hands of Dinamo Zagreb.
The loss has made Tottenham’s prospects of qualifying for the Champions League even more difficult with any hope now solely resting on the North Londoners breaking into the top four.
Harry Kane’s future has once again been the subject of discussion in the media with claims stating that he needs to consider his next move if he wants to win silverware (The Sun).
Football journalist Alasdair Gold has now given his verdict on whether Real Madrid could be a possible destination for the England captain.
Gold believes that even a club of Los Blancos’ stature could struggle to find the transfer fee that it would take for Daniel Levy to sanction Kane’s departure.
“Kane, it sounds awful to say, but I kind of do hope he’s stuck at Spurs, and he has to. Of course, you only want the best for players, and yes I do think he could go anywhere and score goals anywhere,” Gold said on his YouTube channel.
“I saw a link with Real Madrid. I don’t think even Real Madrid could afford him. People say Spurs have got a great relationship with Madrid, just look at the Reguilon, Bale deals and stuff like that. The money it would cost to sign Kane, even Real Madrid would struggle with.”
Former Real Madrid president Roman Calderon has echoed Gold’s view citing the fact that the current redevelopment of the Santiago Bernabeu would make it difficult for the club to be active in the summer transfer market (talkSPORT).
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