Real Madrid have reportedly agreed a deal with an in-demand striker and are willing to pay €175 million (R2.98 billion) to secure his services in the next transfer window.
According to Soy Madridista, Los Blancos president Florentino Perez is ready to offer Tottenham Hotspur €175 million for England international Harry Kane.
The Spanish giants have apparently spent months negotiating with the company that represents the forward, Unique Sports Management, and an agreement is now said to be in place.
The forward has reportedly given the Madrid side the thumbs up on the deal, and talks between Perez's board and the London club could commence in the coming weeks.
It has also been suggested that Kane has also already told his Spurs teammates he will be leaving the North London club at the end of the campaign.
If this deal does transpire, it may mean that the likes of Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski or Chelsea's Eden Hazard will not join the club in the upcoming season as Real need to make sure they work within FIFA's Financial Fair Play guidelines.
Kane has a contract with Spurs until 2022, and has scored 35 goals in 41 appearances for the club so far this season.
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