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Harry Kane to Real Madrid

Kane has been in fine scoring form and he could be among Real Madrid players. Find out the qualities that make him a right fit and what critics have to say…

Kane, the Tottenham player has been on a rampage for the last couple of seasons. He has been able to grow as a striker while he puts up great stats as a striker in terms of scoring. He is a scoring machine and has been thought as a killer player when it comes to scoring. However, in the recent past, he has been slated to join Real Madrid football club. Real Madrid is known to poach the best players from the premier league. As an elite player in the premier league, Kane fits that profile well.

However, he does not possess high club level experience as the likes of Ronaldo, Bale and Owen when they joined Real Madrid. Even with that, there are a few things that make him perfect for Real Madrid to sign him as one of their best players.

He is at the right age

He is only 24, and it is at this age that Owen, Ronaldo, and Bale were signed by Real Madrid as players. Real Madrid ratings show that this is the right age for a move if Real Madrid are to sign him. Get the best horse racing odds today from the upcoming races. Find free tips and strategies to improve your odds of winning.

He is worth £200 million

If Tottenham were to part with their star player, Kane, they would have to ask Real Madrid for more than £200 million for their top player. He is definitely worth the huge buyout as he has one of the best player scoring records in the premier league. At the penalty area, he is able to relax and score comfortably which makes him a great scoring talent and can fit well among Real Madrid players.

Kane could rival Benzema

Benzema is a great Real Madrid player. However, he cannot be considered as one of the best strikers they have despite his great scoring stats for the club. It is with this that Kane could be the one to replace him, if Real Madrid were to buy Kane. See all the latest horse betting tips and use them in multiple major markets around the globe. Get genuine horse race previews to increase your chances of getting the correct outcome.

Real Madrid are in denial

The Real Madrid president publicly denied ever having any interest in the Tottenham Spurs player. This might have been wise for him as it can hurt his players if he decided to show interest in another player from another club. It is the wrong time to start showing interest in other players in the middle of the club competitions and Champions league. He needs his players to remain true to the club and by showing interest in other players, it could jeopardize how well they play.

Kane might be ready to move to Real Madrid

While he was in Spain facing real Madrid in the Champions league, he gave clue that he would love to play abroad. It would be a perfect add-on to the Real Madrid players as he has a killer instinct when it comes to finding his way to the back of the net. However, he also mentioned that he would love to be a one-club man which rings even more confusion.

Kane & Alli Start: The Tottenham XI That Will Easily Defeat Arsenal on Saturday

Tottenham have shown their superiority over Arsenal in recent derbies, and I expect this one to be no different. Spurs will be boosted by the fact that Dele Alli, Harry Kane and Hugo Lloris are all likely to be passed fit for the fixture between the two sides. Here’s the XI I think we’re likely to see defeat the Gunners…

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Goalkeeper: Hugo Lloris

Captain Hugo is likely to be back for this game, and he’ll certainly be welcomed back to the XI with Arsenal likely to test the keeper more than some of Spurs’ recent opponents.

Defence: Davinson Sanchez, Eric Dier, Jan Vertonghen

This back three worked well in the last fixture and with Alderweireld still sidelined, I expect to see a similar back three against the Gunners. Dier can, of course, step into midfield at any point in order to make a midfield five.

Midfield: Serge Aurier, Harry Winks, Moussa Dembele, Danny Rose

Aurier and Rose pick themselves in the eleven for me. I think we need both of their passion in this eleven and their attacking ability on the flanks. Winks and Dembele can form a great partnership in the middle of the park.

Attack: Dele Alli, Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen

Alli, Kane and Eriksen as a front three has a bit of everything. Kane will surely score against Arsenal again, he always does. Alli can come inside and support the striker, whilst hopefully Eriksen can bring his incredible international form into the picture.

Bale & 3 More Top Class Players That Could Be Set to Join Spurs

Tottenham have started the season fairly well, especially when you consider their much improved performance in the Champions League this season, with it now looking extremely likely that the club will get out of a very tough group. But how can Tottenham really reach new heights? For me they need to add World Class players. In this article I take a look at 4 players that could arrive.

1 – Gareth Bale

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So Bale could really return to Tottenham. As much as Bale may like Spurs as a club, he is extremely unlikely to take a huge pay cut to come back, considering the offers he is likely to have on his plate and the fact that aged 28, his next contract is likely to be his last major deal. I’d think Spurs would need to offer in excess of £200,000 per week for Bale to even tempt him. It goes without saying that Spurs should do everything to make this happen as signing him would really take the club to the next level.

Gareth Bale’s Return to Tottenham

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Can it really happen? The press might have you believe that Bale has said he will sign for Tottenham tomorrow, but let’s take a realistic look at the news.

However, there are some concrete rumours emerging from Spain that Madrid have lost patience with Bale’s recent injury woes and they are willing to offload him in the summer. Whilst Manchester United and probably every English club would be keen to sign Bale, Tottenham are the club he would like to sign for, if he does leave Madrid, according to the latest reports. But is this realistic?

The obvious problem arrives at the wages of Bale, whom is earning around three times as much as Tottenham’s current top earner. As much as Bale may like Spurs as a club, he is extremely unlikely to take a huge pay cut to come back, considering the offers he is likely to have on his plate and the fact that aged 28, his next contract is likely to be his last major deal. I’d think Spurs would need to offer in excess of £200,000 per week for Bale to even tempt him. The reality is that for all the brilliant management of Pochettino and the quality that Tottenham do already have, to move to the next level, Spurs need to invest into the team and to go to the next level they need to bring in some established World Class players, who better than Bale for this? He’s certainly worth a wage re-structure in my opinion.

In a world where money is overtaking football, Spurs need to start to take steps to ensure they are not left behind and signing Bale would be some statement to the world that Tottenham are here to stay amongst the best clubs in Europe – this is not a phase. Can we pull it off though? I’d love to hear your thoughts on this one in the comments.

3 Arsenal Legends Harry Kane Is Already Better Than

24-year-old Harry Kane has had another incredible month in football, and he simply cannot stop scoring. The Englishman has a chance to become one of the greatest English strikers in some time, and, for a bit of rivalry, in this article we take a look at 3 legendary Arsenal strikers Kane is already better than.

1 – Dennis Bergkamp

Kane already has 84 goals in 120 games for Tottenham, whilst Bergkamp wasn’t all about the goals, he only managed 87 in 315 appearances for Arsenal. Kane is scoring at a rate of more than twice as much of the Dutchman. By the time Kane has played 315 league games, he will have scored around 200 goals if he keeps up his current strike rate. For all the subtlety in Bergkamp’s game, for me, Kane is already the better striker and deserves to be told that. Considering his age, you have to say that Kane is well on the way to far surpassing what Bergkamp achieved individually.

3 Spurs Players Who Must Be Dropped After West Ham Performance

The victory over West Ham was a lot more complicated than it needed to be. Tottenham were clinical in the first half but in the second half a mixture of errors and disorganisation nearly saw Pochettino’s men drop a 3 goal lead. Not acceptable, and the players at fault for that should, in my opinion, sit out for a few games.

1 – Serge Aurier

Need I say more? The problematic full-back showed why PSG were so happy to let him go this summer as he put in a sluggish and ill-disciplined performance. Whilst the two tackles he was booked for were not overly malicious, they were just stupid – and for me, it was a matter of time before he got sent off as he struggled positionally all afternoon. I do feel as if Aurier’s pace makes up for his lack of tactical discipline at times and he certainly has a lot to learn before becoming a regular at Tottenham. I’d certainly like to see Trippier back in the side for some time now.

1pm Spurs Transfer Update: Aurier, Llorente, Gray, Janssen, Barkley

Tottenham look like they will be busy today and we’ve accumulated all the latest stories to give you a transfer update as of 1pm on transfer deadline day. 10 hours to go…

Serge Aurier

Is officially a Tottenham player! The club announced the news on their official Twitter page around 30 minutes ago. Aurier is going to be Kyle Walker’s replacement at the club, so overall it’s very good for Tottenham to get this one done.

Demerai Gray

Leicester City appear reluctant to part with Gray today and have turned down a £25million bid from Bournemouth on deadline day. Tottenham have also been heavily linked with a move, but it seems a bid in excess of £30million would be needed for Leicester to part with Gray. Tottenham are reportedly ahead of Bournemouth in the race to sign Gray though, so this is certainly one worth keeping your eyes on as the day develops.

Fernando Llorente

Chelsea and Tottenham remain locked in a battle to sign Llorente today. Tottenham have agreed a fee with Swansea, but the problem now lies in agreeing a contract with the Spanish forward. Llorente would give Tottenham something they don’t have currently in attack, and would provide a brilliant alternative attacking option to Kane, but is he prepared to play second fiddle to the Englishman? You’ve got to hedge your bets today as to what exactly will happen. You can do so at Grande Vegas mobile casino if Deadline Day is boring you!

Vincent Janssen

If Llorente arrives then you can expect Janssen to be on his way. West Brom are interested in a £25million deal. Incredibly, Tottenham look set to make a profit on Janssen if he was to leave. This would be a masterstroke by Levy considering the players form in his debut season at the club.

Ross Barkley

Who knows where Barkley will end up today? There are no significant developments on this one but Barkley remains likely to leave today with several Premier League clubs interested in his services. The player is currently injured and that currently complicates any move. Chelsea are favorites but no club currently appears willing to meet Everton’s £30million+ valuation for Barkley, who is out of contract at the end of the season.

4 More Signings That Tottenham Could Complete On Deadline Day

Juan Foyth has completed his much-anticipated move to Tottenham Hotspur, but that is not where Tottenham’s transfer activity is set to end. There are strong reports linking Spurs with moves for four more players. In this article we take a look at the latest news surrounding each player.

1 – Serge Aurier

This is all but confirmed. Spurs have been on the lookout for a new right-back ever since selling Kyle Walker to Manchester City for £50m, and it looks like the Lilywhites have finally got their man and the move is ‘imminent’ according to Sky Sports.

The only factor stopping this move going through was the lack of work permit for Aurier. Doubt was cast over whether he would receive a work permit after he received a suspended sentence for assault on a police officer.

However, this now seems to have no effect on the right-back’s intended move to Tottenham Hotspur after he posted a tweet yesterday that convinced Spurs fans that he will be joining the club for a fee of around £23m. All that remains is for the transfer to be announced by the two clubs, and we can expect that fairly early on in deadline day.

One man who will be far from pleased with the signing is Kieran Trippier. He very much expected to become first choice right-back after the departure of Kyle Walker, but this could well change with the arrival of Aurier from PSG.

3 More Transfers Spurs Look Set To Complete After Aurier

With Tottenham set to confirm the signing of Serge Aurier, there looks to be more business to be done by Pochettino’s men in the final week of the window. In this article we take a look at three more transfers that could happen.

1 – Michel Vorm to Crystal Palace

So according to Sky Sports, Crystal Palace are trying to lure Vorm to the club, with the offer of first team football on the table. Vorm is just a back up to Lloris at Tottenham so if Palace were to table a reasonable bid it would be hard for the club to stand in his way.

3 More New Signings Set To Follow Sanchez To Tottenham Imminently

Tottenham have finally spent some money this summer after confirming the record signing of Davinson Sanchez from Ajax. It won’t end there it seems, with the club now reportedly closing in on a further three signings. In this article we take a look at the three names in question…

1 – Serge Aurier

It’s close! L’Equipe are reporting that Tottenham are closing in on a €25million agreement with PSG for Serge Aurier. The Ivorian full back has looked set to leave the French club all summer, but with the likes of Manchester United reportedly interested in his signature, it looked unlikely, until now, that he would be heading to Spurs. But at €25million, the 24-year-old represents good value for Tottenham, especially if he can keep his head right.

Aurier has been linked with Spurs all summer and has always been earmarked as a replacement for Walker if he did leave – so why has it taken so long for Tottenham to seal this one off? Aurier is a perfect fit to play as a wing back and with the type of signings Pochettino is making this summer, I can see him opting with a three at the back formation with wing backs more often than not this season.