Harry Kane making a move to Real Madrid surely throws a spanner in the works for José Mourinho, but it also opens up new doors for Tottenham.
What a big transfer this would be for Real Madrid. Irrespective of Karim Benzema‘s current goalscoring exploits for Madrid, he is already 32-years-old and Harry Kane would surely be his long-term replacement.
Should Harry Kane make the switch to Madrid, it would not come as a major shock to the world as he is a proven goalscorer and he wants to win trophies. Harry Kane has already stated that he is an “ambitious player and wants to win trophies”.
In Madrid’s squad, he will more than likely see his silverware ambitions come to life. At Tottenham, we know the story for the last 12 years. With Luka Jović not impressing since moving from Eintracht Frankfurt, Kane would be the main forward to boost Real Madrid’s attacking options.
Opening new doors for Tottenham
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Yes, losing a player of Harry’s calibre would hurt any team. However, with Daniel Levy setting a price tag of £200m, and should Madrid bite, Tottenham would have a sizable kitty to spend in the next transfer window to revamp their entire squad.
They could potentially buy four quality players to improve their team and challenge for a top-six spot next season. Since losing the striker to a long-term injury this term, Tottenham hasn’t been at their best.
Mourinho also implementing some strategic and tactical changes, meaning there was always going to be a transitional period.
Tottenham’s current squad lacks depth in defence and Mourinho would need additional players to help challenge on all fronts if he really wants to make an impact on and off the pitch.
Should Harry Kane leave?
With the COVID-19 virus impacting football, all leagues have been put on hold until further notice. They will most likely miss out on Champions League football, therefore leaving him little to desire at Tottenham.
It wouldn’t be a question of whether he should leave for the Spanish Giants but rather should be a resounding yes. Real Madrid is lying in second place and is in a position to qualify for Champions League next season, which would definitely interest Harry Kane.
If Harry Kane is as ambitious as he claims, he should definitely make a move and add some silverware to his CV. Spurs should be looking at a sale in a time of rebuilding. Free up the funds for Jose to bring in the silverware. It’s a win, win for all involved.