Real Madrid Finds £177 Million Premier League Replacement For Cristiano Ronaldo

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Gareth Bale left Tottenham Hotspur for Real Madrid well before Harry Kane ascended to become one of the best strikers in Europe.

After another scoreless August, Kane has been oustanding in September, scoring 13 times for club and country, a figure unsurpassed in his career to date.

Harry Kane's masterclass ensured Tottenham cruised to their biggest win of the season in a 4-0 demolition of Huddersfield.

Indeed, Eduardo Inda told El Chiringuito: "Real Madrid are asking for Harry Kane for next season, but you know the price and they are 200 million euros".

It should be pointed out that 9/4 on Kane leaving Spurs next summer is still pretty good odds for Tottenham.

Tottenham have started the new season well in the Premier League, only losing one of their 7 games played so far and lying third in the league table, albeit already five points behind the two Manchester clubs, neither of whom Spurs have yet played. However, ahead of Bale's return to the United Kingdom to face his old club in the Champions League, there are bound to be comparisons between the two superstars, both of whom got their breakthrough in north London.

Chris Smalling says he's fortunate to be playing alongside both Romelu Lukaku and Harry Kane.

The Spurs star now has no plans to quit the club, and reports in Spain suggesting Real Madrid are preparing a mega-bid are understood to be premature.

Since the 2014/15 season, Kane has been prolific in front of goal.

He would, also, not be the first player to trade the Lily White of Spurs for the Los Blancos of Spain.

"So Ibra and Pogba and Rojo, these players I don't think about them".

Such numbers are reminiscent of only two players in world football: Real's Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona's Lionel Messi.

Kane may well have to leave his boyhood club if he is to win major honours, and Carragher's statement may be leaning onto that aspect more, with some comments getting lost in translation a little.

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