Real Madrid purportedly need to sign Manchester United target Harry Kane whether or not Karim Benzema leaves the club or not.
Diario AS reports that Madrid currently have a firm interest in Kane and could move for the striker regardless of whether Benzema stays at the Santiago Bernabeu. The England captain is tipped to leave Tottenham Hotspur this late spring with one year excess on his agreement.
Kane has been in a productive structure for Spikes this season, scoring 32 objectives in 49 games across contests. Manchester United are long haul admirers with Erik ten Witch setting the English frontman at the highest point of his exchange list of things to get, per Football Insider. Transfermarkt esteem the in-structure forward at €90 million.
Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti gave a captivating reaction when gotten some information about interest in the Tottenham striker today (June 3). He said:
“Harry Kane? I’m certain all of you are interested to witness what will next prepare. In any case, Kane is a Tottenham player and we need to regard this.”
Real Madrid presently appear to be chasing after the 29-year-old striker and will do so independent of Benzema’s choice over his future. The Frenchman’s agreement with Los Blancos lapses toward the finish of June. He has gotten a galactic proposal from Saudi Master Association monsters Al Hilal and is set to declare whether he will remain or go when the La Liga season closes.
Benzema hasn’t had the best of seasons by all accounts in the midst of wellness issues. He has highlighted multiple times across rivalries, scoring 30 objectives and giving six helps.
Manchester United’s Casemiro tips Vinicius Junior to leave Real Madrid in the event that prejudice proceeds
Real Madrid assailant Vinicius Junior has persevered through bigoted maltreatment all through the season in La Liga.
The most recent case came during a 1-0 loss against Valencia at the Mestalla on May 21. The Brazilian got monkey serenades and he took to Instagram following the game to ask Spanish football to make a more move.
La Liga at first forced a €45,000 fine on Valencia. Be that as it may, this has now been decreased to €27,000 after the Spanish Football League selected to some extent maintain the Mestalla outfit’s allure.
Vinicius’ countryman and previous Madrid partner Casemiro has upheld the youthful assailant. The Manchester United midfielder wouldn’t actually be shocked to see the 22-year-old leave because of the despicable maltreatment. He told dynamite Sports:
“I feel that La Liga needs to go to lengths, since they can’t lose a player like that. I’m happy he’s at Real Madrid. In any case, it would make perfect sense if he needed to leave, that he needed to devote himself to different things.”
The Los Blancos forward has been in fine structure in spite of the bigotry he is getting. He has sacked 23 objectives and 21 aids 54 games across rivalries. In any case, he has at last had enough of the prejudice that has been a long-running issue since this mission.