According to the Spanish newspaper As, Real Madrid has now reduced their interest in Harry Kane, because Tottenham's asking price is completely not in line with Real Madrid's expectations, and they asked for 115 million euros to agree to let Kane go, which was unanimously considered too high by Real Madrid's top management.
Real Madrid striker Benzema recently abruptly announced his departure to play in the Saudi league. This caught Lafayette off guard, and while La Liga bronze boot winner Joselu is expected to return to Real Madrid this summer, it is clear that not enough to make him Real Madrid's main centre-forward. Real Madrid desperately need to find Benzema's successor to ensure that next season they do not face a situation in which the big four are empty. In today's football, Harry Kane is the perfect replacement for Benzema.
It is a pity that Levi is an extremely difficult person, and the past Bale's transaction with Modric has made Lafayette very tired of dealing with Levy. But the big centre position could not fail to buy people, so Real Madrid forced the bullet and still handed Tottenham an offer. Considering that Kane has one year left on his contract, Real Madrid's first offer is 80 million euros. Of course, Levi will not agree to this price. He asked Real Madrid for 115 million euros before releasing him, an offer that made the Real Madrid management feel unbelievable.
For a player who is almost 30 years old, a transfer fee of 115 million euros plus a salary of 20 million euros a year, such a deal is difficult even for Real Madrid to afford. While Carlo Ancelotti is bullish on Kane, the deal is too risky. If it weren't for Benzema's sudden departure, Galeries Lafayette wouldn't have put Kane in the plan. He hopes that Real Madrid can sign more talented young people with a stable status quo and a brilliant future. Galeries Lafayette even believes that signing Kane this summer will not be conducive to Real Madrid's pursuit of Mbappe or Haaland next summer. Hamm is the best candidate for Lafayette.
In short, the negotiations between Real Madrid and Tottenham Hotspur are likely to stalemate here. Bayern, who are also hungry for a top-class centre-forward, have also been keeping an eye on Kane's movements. It is reported that Rummenigge also intends to join the battle for Kane. The recently returned Rummenigge has a very good relationship with current boss Thomas Tuchel, who has always admired Kane and hopes to bring him to Allianz. Perhaps the addition of Bayern will make the deal more variable.