With six goals in the World Cup so far, Harry Kane is the best performing footballer included in Real Madrid’s list of potential transfers for the summer.
The Englishman sits as the tournament’s top scorer and Los Blancos are aware that his market value has notably increased in the last month.
The Tottenham Hotspur striker would be an excellent replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo, but in Madrid they know that negotiating with Daniel Levy would be very complicated.
The 56-year-old chairman retains the reputation of an extremely tough negotiator; a person certainly hard to do business with.
From the rest of alternatives, Neymar had an underwhelming tournament, while Robert Lewandowski’s market value has declined after Poland’s group stage elimination.
Kylian Mbappe has already rejected Real Madrid once last summer and Paris Saint-Germain wouldn’t be eager to offload their prodigy.
Meanwhile, Eden Hazard remains on the club’s radar, having managed to qualify to the World Cup semi-finals with Belgium.