- Manchester United could miss out on one of their top transfer targets
- £170million-rated striker Harry Kane would rather join Real Madrid
- The Tottenham star is also prepared to snub interest from Barcelona to move to the Bernabeu
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Tottenham striker Harry Kane has reportedly decided he’ll join Real Madrid if he does end up leaving Spurs in the next transfer window, snubbing potential moves to Manchester United and Barcelona.
The England international has had another superb run of form this season, showing himself to be one of the most lethal finishers in the game with 13 goals in 14 games this term.
Kane would be a great fit at any top club, and the Sun recently claimed Manchester United were prepared to pay as much as £170million to bring him to Old Trafford next summer.
However, Don Balon now suggest his preference is to move to Real Madrid, despite him also being courted by Barca at the moment.
This could be welcome news for Los Blancos, who have not been at their best at the start of this season, falling ten points behind in the running for the La Liga title already.
Cristiano Ronaldo appears to finally be past his peak, scoring only once in the Spanish top flight this term, while Karim Benzema also has just one goal to his name.
Kane on current form looks a clear upgrade, and it seems he’s prepared to go and fill that vital role in Zinedine Zidane’s side at the expense of Barcelona, who arguably look less in need of reinforcements in that area anywya.