Harry Kane insists he is happy with Tottenham but could consider a move abroad later in his career. The in-form striker is currently on national duty with the Three Lions and was due to captain England in a World Cup qualifier against Slovenia last night at Wembley.
It is a mark of the progress that the 24-year-old has made in recent seasons, and demonstrates his importance to club and country. Kane has won the Golden Boot as the Premier League’s top scorer in each of the past two seasons. He has been linked in media reports with Real Madrid but has given no indication he plans to leave Tottenham any time soon.
Asked if he wanted to play abroad, Kane said during an England press conference on Wednesday: “I would never say no or yes. You’d not rule out anything.
“It’s not something I definitely want to do, but you never rule anything out. I’m very happy here (at Tottenham), but we’ll see what happens.” Reports in Spain earlier this week claimed that Madrid would not be deterred by the player’s potential €200 million (£177 million) price tag.
President Florentino Perez has been looking for a marquee striker for years, but the much-maligned Karim Benzema has held his place after winning favour with Zinedine Zidane and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Tottenham are understood to be determined to keep their star man, who scored an extraordinary 13 goals for club and country during September, only failing to register against Slovakia and Swansea at Wembley. Since 28 February 2016, the London-born star has scored an incredible 44 goals in the top-flight, a full eight more than the next nearest player, Sergio Aguero. — Daily Mail