- Tottenham striker Harry Kane has been linked with big clubs
- Manchester United and Real Madrid are among his admirers
- Kane wants more than £10.6million a year to move to the Bernabeu
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Tottenham striker Harry Kane has reportedly laid out his wage demands to Real Madrid amid rumours also linking him as a transfer target for Manchester United.
The England international has shone in the Premier League in recent times, and even finished 2017 as the top scorer in Europe with 56 goals in all competitions.
There’s no doubt Kane would be a fine signing for a number of top European clubs, but speculation in recent months suggests it’s likely to be a battle between United and Madrid.
Earlier this season, the Sun claimed the Red Devils were interested in a £170million move for Kane, noting that Jose Mourinho is a long-time admirer and eager to pair him up with Romelu Lukaku up front.
According to Diario Gol, the 24-year-old could now earn a big new contract at Tottenham and the report claims he would want Real to better that offer if he were to move to the Bernabeu.
The report claims that could mean Los Blancos having to pay him over £10.6million a year.
That doesn’t necessarily sound beyond the wealthy Spanish giants, but it could be that similar players would be available for less.