Harry Kane: What’s the best move for the striker – Premier League or La Liga

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Real Madrid is one of the big clubs in Europe still busy with their revamp of their squad.

After Zidane took over for his second spell last summer, Madrid president, Florentino Pérez, vowed he will give his manager all the tools to work with to get them back to the top.

Meaning he must select his most desired transfer targets and he will get them to the Bernabéu. The Englishman’s name has popped as a target for Madrid previously but, only in milling rumours making its rounds.

The Spanish giants have their sights set on making multiple deals when the transfer window opens. Whether they will be able to afford him at £200 million is something that will only come to light when they are busy during the window.

What question stands out above all is how will Harry be treated in Madrid? If Gareth Bale is already an example of the ill-treatment towards British players in the country, why would any player say a move to the La Liga is a great choice?

Bale has seen so much success as a Galactico but hasn’t done it by being a passenger. On the contrary, he had a helping hand in many moments, considering he always reached double figures in his goal contribution at the club.

In his 249 Los Blancos showings, he has scored 101 goals and further assisted 47 goals. A player with such a rewarding goal contribution would be hailed a legend anywhere else. Sadly, the Spanish have not felt this way since his arrival and have made his stay a bit miserable.

Real Madrid’s trophies in Bale’s time

  • 4 FIFA Club World Cup
  • 3 European Super Cup
  • 1 National League
  • 1 Spanish Cup
  • 2 Spanish Super Cup
  • 1 Football League Cup

But here’s a spanner

What about David Beckham‘s time in Madrid? He enjoyed a great spell everywhere he went and was LOVED by the fans. But the thing about Beckham, his pretty face and his right foot (in that particular order) were getting him into a fashion show, bar, club, and country with no questions asked.

He gives a little sense of hope and joy, but David was there for a reason bigger than football. He was signed to sell a boatload of sweaters, and that he did. This is not the reason they would sign Harry. He is no Cristiano Ronaldo or the aforementioned, David.

This is not the best-suited move for the Englishman!

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