Reports from Spain suggest current Champions league and La Liga champions Real Madrid and Premier League big spenders Manchester United are both ready a big money bid in order to secure the signature of Tottenham Hotspurs and England ace Harry Kane, who has been the Premier leagues leading goal scorer for the past two seasons and recently broke Alan Shearers record for most goals in a calendar year.
With Real Madrid struggling in both competition’s this season, including coming runner up to Spurs in their recent Champions League qualifying group. With forward Karim Benzema struggling to find form and goals, Real boss Zinedine Zidane is looking for a proven goal scorer as they look to defend both titles.
However, should Spurs be willing to release their prize striker, it is believed Manchester United are also on the lookout, after falling to third in the league and being knocked out of the League Cup by Championship side Bristol City. After spending bringing Everton’s Romelu Lukaku to Old Trafford and scoring goals for fun at the beginning of the season, they have found goals had to come by lately with Lukaku’s indifferent form.
In other news regarding Manchester United, Armenian International Henrikh Mkhitaryan is likely to stay at the club until the summer at least. The 28 year old has found game time hard to come by for the last few month, with United boss Jose Mourinho publicly criticized the 28 year old for ‘disappearing’ in match’s.
Over the past few months he has been linked with a possible return to either Borussia Dortmund and Inter Milan, not that they wont want their former player back, but neither could afford the a transfer fee or to match the £140,000 a week the star currently earns and with players like Us Prodigy Christian Publisic already occupying Mkhitaryan’s old position at Dortmund and move for their former player wouldn’t be financially sensible.