Real Madrid have been offered the chance to sign Harry Kane in the summer and it could involve a quite sensational swap deal.
Jamie O’Hara recently claimed that Tottenham Hotspur will be relegation candidates if they allow top goalscorer Kane to leave the club this summer.
And the former Spurs midfielder has got a point considering without his goals they’d technically be on 33 points heading into the final day of the season, level with Everton.
The problem is that Kane is being heavily linked with a move away from north London this season, with only one year left on his current contract.
The 29-year-old either needs to be cashed in on this summer, sign a new deal or potentially stay one more season before leaving for free.
Manchester United are in desperate need of a striker and are one of the few clubs who could afford him, so it’s inevitable that they’ve rumoured to be interested in signing England’s all time top goalscorer.
However it seems that Spurs would much rather see their prized asset leave the country and sign for a club outside of the Premier League.
According to Cadena Ser, Real have been offered the chance to sign Kane by an intermediary and are currently weighing up their options.
The report adds that former Chelsea star Eden Hazard could be part of the deal to go the other way, which would add a level of controversy to any deal.
Hazard was not popular at Spurs during his time playing for London rivals Chelsea and was heavily involved in the infamous ‘Battle of Stamford Bridge.’
His time in La Liga has not gone according to plan since joining Los Blancos in 2019 for €100 million, with injuries and form ruining his time there so far.
Like Kane, the Belgian also still has another year left on his deal at the Bernabeu and would likely take some convincing to leave.
Any move for the Spurs striker may not end up including Hazard but will depend on whether Real consider spending so much on a player about to turn 30.
They have Karim Benzema until the end of next season but could see signing someone else as the perfect transition from the 35-year-old Frenchman.
Brazilian youngster Endrick arrives in 2014 and the 14 times Champions League winners have also been linked with moves for Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe.