Tottenham striker Harry Kane ‘in love’ with two clubs but finances make moves difficult

Harry Kane: Who could sign the Tottenham striker?

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Tottenham star Harry Kane is in love with La Liga and would want to move to either Barcelona or Real Madrid, but is unlikely to get his wish of a transfer to Spain due to both club’s finances. Kane is eager to leave Tottenham this summer, and is likely to stay in the Premier League.

Kane may be denied his dream move this summer, even if Daniel Levy allows him to go.

The 27-year-old striker is determined to leave N17 when the transfer window opens, and is believed to prefer a move to Manchester City.

Kane apparently believes Levy will let him go this year after blocking a move to the Etihad this summer.

However, the chairman is reportedly highly unlikely to let him go to a Premier League rival.

Kane has tentatively been linked with a move abroad, but is believed to want to stay in England due to his young family.

However, Spanish football expert Guillem Balague believes he would jump at the chance to move to La Liga.

Speaking to The Evening Standard, he explained that Kane loves the idea of playing for either Madrid or Barca.

However, he is unlikely to be able to move to either, due to the pair’s struggling finances.

Barcelona are in crippling debt in the region of £1bn, and it’s unlikely they’re going to go out and sign any players for big money this summer.

Madrid are also struggling financially, hence their dedication to the doomed European Super League as a source of income.

However, Balague believes that Kane is “in love” with La Liga and would love to move across to Spain.

“I know from Harry, I’ve spoken to him a few times about this, I think he would love to play in LaLiga,” he said.

“He’s one of those players, at his age, he started watching LaLiga when LaLiga started being a big product in the UK.

“I think he is in love with it. Quite clearly when you are right at the top, or perhaps there is one more step to make, you want to stay there, and Real Madrid and Barcelona would be obviously the places he will like to join.

“There is no way that Barcelona or Real Madrid can compete with transfers or with wages, there’s no way they can compete with that; they can compete with so many other things if it wasn’t about money.

“If you actually say to Harry Kane: ‘Do you want a pass from [Kazim] Benzema?’ or ‘Do you a pass from [Lionel] Messi?’… obviously Benzema is staying next season, [with] Messi it looks like Laporta is doing a huge effort, and that goes back to finances, to actually concentrate all of the finances on keeping Messi – and he’s got to answer that, because that’s the crucial moment of his career.”

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