Jose Mourinho To Replace Romelu Lukaku With This World-Class Striker?

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Harry Kane has already verified himself as the goal-scoring organization for Tottenham Hotspur, and is gradually transitioning into one of the most lethal goalscorers in Europe.

With no one being sceptical of his calibre, the talisman has been driving the squad from up front, providing the North Londoners with the hike required to keep up a fight for the Premier League title.

However, solely owing to his overwhelming performances in the past three campaigns, the 24-year-old has been linked with a move away from Spurs multiple times.

With the hopes of fortifying his team’s offence, Florentino Perez had previously marked the superstar down on his radar.

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The Spanish club is facing a dilemma at the moment, as Karim Benzema fails to rise up to the expectations of the illustrious side. Accordingly, Real Madrid seem to be the favourable admirers of the Spurs forward, considering their vast financial prospects.

Nevertheless, Los Blancos would reportedly be combated in the race for the talented striker over the summer, as Jose Mourinho is looking forward to fancying his chances of signing the goal-scoring machine.

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As per latest reports, the Portuguese tactician is keen to replace their current No.9 Romelu Lukaku whilst cooking a hefty fee for roping in the England international.

According to Marca, the prolific gaffer claims he laments swooping the Belgian forward, and wishes for Kane to be his first-choice striker, with the club even willing to double the player’s wages.

Regardless, the publication adds that the Englishman wishes to know whether Mauricio Pochettino would remain in charge of the helm ahead of this year’s campaign, requesting for more time to ponder about his prospects at the North London club.

With two of the richest clubs qualified to cough up tremendous sums for obtaining the Tottenham star’s signature, the talisman would unquestionably have trouble envisioning himself operating in their new stadium next season.

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