Cristiano Ronaldo has utilized his extensive impact at the Bernabeu to ‘stop’ Real Madrid’s move for target Harry Kane.
Madrid had made the Tottenham striker their first decision to replace Karim Benzema.
In any case, reports in Spain have said that president Florentino Perez has been informed that Ronaldo does not think Kane is justified regardless of the aggregates being discussed, report Diario Gol.
French forward Benzema has struggled for Los Blancos this season, scoring only once in La Liga, with under-fire Zinedine Zidane persistently talking up Kane.
Kane has proceeded with his transient ascent, scoring 13 times in only 14 appearances, incorporating five in the Champions League.
With the England forward five years more youthful than Benzema, Perez is quick to obtain the 24-year-old – with Spanish press saying transactions have been on going for a considerable length of time.
For Spurs most loved Bale’s name has been said as a makeweight in the arrangement.
However, Ronaldo trusts Real should move from Eden Hazard – and enable him to go up against the center-forward part emptied by Benzema.
Another name touted by the Spanish press is Valencia’s, Goncalo Guedes.
In spite of the fact that there is anxiety over such an arrangement because of the infamously difficult negotiating from Daniel Levy.
The report records Harry Kane’s “market worth” at €80m (£71m). However, that seems, by all accounts, to be uncontrollably hopeful from Madrid’s perspective given RomeluLukaku could cost Manchester United up to £90m (€102m).
Antoine Griezmann is an option with his accessibility set at €100m and the possibility of defeating rivals Barcelona for one of their best targets could demonstrate exceptionally enticing.
Robert Lewandowski is likewise named. However, the Pole’s similar age to Benzema, joined with a contract in Munich until 2021, make him a costly choice.
An alternate course of action has been set should Real pass up a significant opportunity for their best three targets, with Juventus star Paulo Dybala very respected at the Bernabeu.