The one reason Harry Kane could turn down Real Madrid for Spurs

Real Madrid ready to offer Bale, Benzema and Modric in swap deal for Kane - report

Real Madrid to make stunning offer for Tottenham's Kane

Harry Kane will attract a world-record transfer fee if he leaves Tottenham Hotspur for Real Madrid at the end of the season, according to Spurs legend Darren Anderton.

And that's why Benzema - who would likely be replaced by Kane - would also be included.

Quickly banishing the frustrations associated with another curious August drought, the 24-year-old netted 15 times in September alone.

He has five goals from Tottenham's opening two Champions League fixtures while successive winners for England, as captain, have secured victories over Slovenia and Lithuania in the past week.

Kane has made 174 appearances for Tottenham since breaking into the first team in north London, netting 110 times and setting his team mates up for 18 assists across all competitions.

But if Tottenham continued to demand more from Real, Perez has also considered including Modric in the offer.

"You hope he's Tottenham through and through", Anderton told Press Association Sport (via the Evening Standard).

The Spanish outlet claims Perez - well aware that Tottenham counterpart Daniel Levy is a tough negotiator - will try and get him onside early by giving him permission to sign both Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema as part of any deal.

Kane has developed in to one of the best strikers in the world since coming through the ranks at Tottenham and has enjoyed an excellent start to the new season having scored 11 goals in just 9 games so far.

And nowDiario Gol claims Perez will step up efforts to land the man he wants to spearhead his new look strikeforce, England striker Kane, by making Tottenham a huge offer to lure the in-form striker to the Bernabeu.

Initially, Madrid would offer only Bale and Benzema, according to the report.

"If you look at his age, his talent, the way he is, he's got to be worth around £150million, even £200million now", Anderton added.

"If they say yes, Harry will get the chance to speak to them and I'm sure if he walks into the Bernabeu with an opportunity to sign, he'd find it very hard not to. You couldn't, absolutely not".

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