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Tottenham not listening to Real Madrid's £177m bold move for Harry Kane


Tottenham striker Harry Kane has refused to entirely rule out the possibility of leaving the north London club, but would it be the right decision for the Englishman career?

The England international has been in brilliant form for three straight seasons, and Kane looks set to continue his prolific rate of goalscoring this year.

Kane has a record of 92 goals across 139 appearances in the last three years, while he's got 11 in nine outings so far this season as he has firmly established himself as one of the top marksman in Europe.

According to The Express, there has been talk that Real Madrid are set to launch a £177m for Kane, although it's not expected for the Spurs to even consider selling Kane at any point.

However, that may be complicated by his latest comments as he has seemingly left the door open to the idea, but at the same time Kane has reiterated he's happy with life with Tottenham.

Asked if he wanted to ply his trade abroad, the Englishman said: “I would never say no or yes. You’d not rule out anything,” as reported by the Express.

“It’s not something I definitely want to do, but you never rule anything out. I’m very happy here (at Tottenham), but we’ll see what happens.”

Given how Kane is now an integral part for Tottenham and England, is scoring goals for fun for Tottenham and guiding them to another successful season as their talisman and will have the opportunity to play in the club's new stadium to lead them to a brighter future, everything he needs is arguably with Mauricio Pochettino’s side.

However, an opportunity to join Zinedine Zindae's side doesn't come around all the time, with the 2016/17 La Liga champions able to offer him a chance to take his career to the next level in terms of winning trophies and establishing himself a s world superstar.

It will be a difficult choice if Kane's forced to make one further down the line, but for now it doesn't seem as though Mauricio Pochettino side will even welcome the ideal of letting their star man exit from the club.

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