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Real Madrid are monitoring the situation of 29-year-old Man United, Bayern Munich target



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Real Madrid have admired Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane for a long time now and as per Simon Jones of the Daily Mail, Los Blancos are keeping tabs on the developments surrounding the England captain, who is a target for Manchester United and Bayern Munich.

Kane has established himself as one of the finest and most potent goalscorers of the modern era and has tasted individual success in plenty. But he has no trophies to show for with Tottenham, which has led to speculations over his future.

The 29-year-old’s current contract at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium expires in 2024, which has piqued the interest of clubs such as Manchester United and Bayern Munich, both of whom are in the market for No. 9.

But, Tottenham are reluctant to let their talisman leave in the summer and will make attempts to renew his contract.

The report adds that Bayern Munich and Manchester United are interested but have doubts about a move due to his age, valuation and the possible protracted negotiations with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy.

Even as the situation continues to develop, Real Madrid are keeping close tabs on any movements surrounding Kane.

Los Blancos are set to extend Karim Benzema’s contract by another year, but are on the lookout for additional replacements. Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe have been heavily linked but signing either of them comes with a great set of challenges.

Hence, Kane is also being looked at as an option as they believe Levy would prefer selling the England captain to a club outside the Premier League.

There is no movement made as of yet and the Merengues are only monitoring the situation. The report adds that they could even consider signing Kane on a pre-contract agreement next January if he stays at Tottenham this summer and does not sign a new contract.

In 38 matches across all competitions, Kane has scored 22 goals and set up four more. Currently in his prime years, the England captain has the capability to elevate any team he plays for.

Whether Real Madrid look to make a move for him or continue to wait for Haaland or Mbappe remains to be seen.

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Turkish giants to go all-out to sign Real Madrid outcast – report



There is no way back for Eden Hazard at Real Madrid. The Belgian international has not given the management any reason to have faith in his abilities over his past four seasons at the club and is unsurprisingly the most important departure for the Merengues in the summer.

Hazard has one more year on his contract in Madrid. However, it is clear that Carlo Ancelotti does not trust him and that any potential replacement manager in the summer will echo his stance.

According to reports from Mundo Deportivo, Fenerbahce are willing to go all out to sign Hazard this summer. The Turkish side have made the former Chelsea their prime target, yet face a steep task ahead of them.

The 32-year-old is hellbent on seeing out his contract with Los Blancos despite seeing his career sink right before his eyes. It thus becomes complicated for the party to lure away the forward, especially in a competition outside Europe’s top five leagues.

Fenerbahce attempted to sign the winger in the recently concluded winter transfer market. They reached an agreement with Real Madrid but failed to get over the line as they could not convince the player of the move.

The biggest obstacle for the Turkish side will be convincing Hazard to make the move by letting go of his lucrative contract in Madrid. The chances are slim, but not impossible.

Hazard has made just three league appearances and one start for Ancelotti’s side this season in La Liga, a steep fall from last season’s 18 and seven respectively.

His last appearance for the team came back in January when Real Madrid faced Cacereno in the Copa del Rey. In La Liga however, he last played in September 2022 in a 4-1 win over Mallorca.

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