Tottenham first-team star in shock transfer admission, may leave at end of season – report
By Guy Giles
Harry Kane has told Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino that any move away from the club will be to Real Madrid, according to a report.
Spanish outlet Don Balon claim that Kane has spoken to Pochettino about a potential move to Los Blancos, but report that the England star is happy at Spurs for now.
The report claims that Kane may start to consider a move to the Spanish capital after the 2018 World Cup in Russia, and does not want a move to any of Spurs’ Premier League rivals.
Kane is reportedly keen to join up with Cristiano Ronaldo after meeting during Spurs’ group stage encounters with Real in the Champions League, with the 24-year-old also captivated by the Bernabeu.
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As with most stories emanating from the Spanish press about Kane, this report must be taken with a pinch of salt. While the England international has not definitively ruled out a move abroad in the future, there is no evidence to suggest he will leave Spurs any time soon. He finds himself as the fulcrum of a team that is developing rapidly under the watchful eye of Mauricio Pochettino, a manager with whom Kane has a great relationship. Kane would not be guaranteed a starting spot with Los Blancos, and a move abroad for his young family would be a big move for a player with so much going for him at home.
In other Tottenham Hotspur transfer news, the club are reportedly in the hunt for this Premier League playmaker.