For the 2023 summer transfer window, Real Madrid is reportedly considering a Bosman transfer for Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane.
The prolific Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is reportedly a target for Real Madrid in the summer 2023 transfer window, according to a report by the Spanish outlet Defensa Central. The two years of his Spurs contract that the England captain still has left prevent him from leaving the Premier League team this summer.
The Premier League champions Manchester City were considered the favorites to sign the 29-year-old last year when he was heavily linked with leaving the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Kane stayed put in London and eventually found his mojo and form, but Spurs prevented him from moving across England.
In addition to numerous additions during the current transfer window, Antonio Conte’s appointment has given Kane renewed hope that he can succeed in north London as well. However, the talented English striker might consider leaving the club in 2023 if Tottenham fails to win a trophy during the current campaign.
Potential suitors Real Madrid have surfaced, and Los Blancos intend to make a move for the Tottenham striker in 2023. This summer, the big-spending Spanish clubs were heavily linked with a move for Kylian Mbappe and looked set to finalize the deal.
In a dramatic turn of events, Paris Saint-Germain persuaded Mbappe to sign a contract extension with them, forcing Real Madrid to consider their options. The current La Liga champions chose not to make a backup acquisition this summer and instead focused on Kane, positioning him as a potential acquisition for 2023.
Next summer, when the talented Englishman will only have one year left on his contract with Tottenham, other teams will be interested in signing him. Real Madrid will not be the only one. It could be interesting because Bayern Munich is also considering the possibility of bringing Kane on board in 2023.
But a lot of it also depends on whether Kane can sign a longer contract with Premier League heavyweights Tottenham, in which case Real Madrid and Bayern Munich will have to consider other options.