England superstar Harry Kane has now reportedly been offered to one of the biggest teams in LaLiga.
Kane's future has been the subject of a lot of speculation in recent months, with questions around his ambition to win trophies having once again been raised.
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Tottenham have endured a dramatic capitulation following the sacking of Antonio Conte late in March, after the Italian publicly launched a scathing attack on the club for its apparent lack of success.
Since then Spurs has dropped out of the top four Premier League spots and can finish no higher than seventh on the table.
Despite the side's deteriorating season, though, Kane has continued to score the goals and now has 30 in all competition, while he is also the only player in the English top flight to score in 25 different matches this season.
As such, there is a growing narrative that he will not win any trophies at Spurs, having yet to do so since establishing himself in the first team in 2013.
Some have suggested that the only option now is for him to leave the club and join a top team where he will win titles.
With his contract set to expire in little more than a year's time, he has since been linked with a number of big sides across Europe, including Manchester United and Bayern Munich.
However, his next destination could be in Spain, with the London outfit's intermediaries now said have offered the 29-year-old to Real Madrid ahead of next season, according to Spanish outlet Cadena Ser.
The report claims that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy would rather sell the Englishman to a team abroad than to rival Premier League side.
It is also said he is particularly reluctant to sell the player to United, who are thought to have made Kane their priority target for the next transfer window.
It is unclear at the moment in time if the England centre-forward would move to LaLiga, given suggestions he is aiming to break Alan Shearer's all-time record of 260 EPL goals.
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The report further claims that Los Blancos would also be willing to send Eden Hazard to north London as part of a potential deal.
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