Kane hopes to finish playing career at Spurs

Harry Kane leaps into the air to celebrate his 100th career goal for Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur ace, Harry Kane has revealed that he hopes to finish his playing career at the North London outfit.

The England international has stated that he wants to do this despite keen interest in the striker from Real Madrid.

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There have been reports suggesting Madrid are set to prepare a bid within the range of around £177m for Kane.

And as a matter of fact, Los Blancos are keen on landing the signature of the England sensation next summer.

Kane has actually ended up as the highest goal-scorer in the English Premier League over the last two consecutive campaigns.

Furthermore, the 24-year-old has been on fire for Spurs so far, so good across all competitions during the 2017/18 season.

He has already found the back of the net six times in eight Premier League games during the current term.

The prolific attacker has also got on the score-sheet five times after only three matches in this season’s Champions League.

And that has made Madrid to go ahead and make a few inquiries about Kane in the last few weeks.

Madrid prepare £177m Kane bid

The Galacticos have reportedly made a strong decision to intensify their interest in the in-form goal-bomber for the summer window.

According to a very strong report emanating from Don Balon, Madrid are now eager to smash their own transfer record.

And that is in a bid to land Kane for what would probably be the best years of his career.

Meanwhile, Kane still has about five years more to run on his current deal with the North London outfit.

His spectacular goal-scoring form so far this campaign has led to reported keen interest from some of Europe’s top sides.

Kane has, however, disclosed that his wish is to stay put at Tottenham for the rest of his playing career.

“I would love to be a one-club man,” the England forward told the Daily Mirror.

“It depends on how the club goes forward and managers etc but I have said I want to stay here.

“And that is the situation of things at this point as we are in a great place at the moment.

“The training centre is amazing, the new stadium is coming, the manager is fantastic and we’ve got a young team.” Kane concluded.

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