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29th Jan, 2018 | 6:24am

Report: Tottenham attacker lays down conditions for move to Spain, wants to take key Spurs man with him

Harry Kane’s conditions for signing with Real Madrid include binning Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and Zinedine Zidane, according to a report in Spain.
Diario Gol report that the England international does not believe that Ronaldo and Benzema will compliment his tyle of play, and he would want to work with an established manager in Madrid.
Harry Kane has previously stated that he has a desire to start winning trophies, and that seems a more realistics chance in Madrid, as the Spanish giants have won six major trophies in the past two years.
However, the chances that Madrid are willing to part ways with Ronaldo seems severely unrealistic.
The report also states that the Spurs sensation has also pin-pointed his current boss Mauricio Pochettino as his ideal replacement for Zidane.
Diario Gol also claim that the Argentinian born manager is currently on Madrid’s radar, following Zidane’s underwhelming 2017/18 season.
Football Insider verdict:
It seems unlikely that Harry Kane will be moving to Madrid any time soon. Tottenham have insisted that they would not sell the England striker this season, even if a World record bid was received. Karim Benzema does appear to be on the way out, as the powers that be in Madrid were willing to cash in on the Frenchman last summer. These ‘demands’ would see Harry Kane become the centre point of the Madrid attack, where he would be more likely to win Cup competitions due to the lack of competitiveness in the Spanish La Liga – but it all seems very unlikely.
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