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Real Madrid Eyes Kane as Benzema’s Successor

Harry Kane: The Key to Ancelotti’s Ambitious Real Madrid Rebuild

Harry Kane: A Priority for Ancelotti’s Real Madrid

Carlo Ancelotti, Real Madrid’s head coach, has purportedly made a remarkable request to the club’s board: he desires Tottenham Hotspur’s striker, Harry Kane. The Athletic has confirmed that this request was made during an instrumental meeting aimed at discussing the club’s transfer strategy.

Notably present at the meeting were president Florentino Perez, general manager Jose Angel Sanchez, and Ancelotti. As anonymous sources maintain, Ancelotti made it clear that Kane is the man he needs to bolster his attack for the upcoming season.

Ancelotti’s Admiration for Kane

“I have always said that Kane is a great player,” Ancelotti commented. “But he plays for Tottenham and we have to respect the player and Tottenham.” This respectful approach may face some hurdles, given Tottenham’s lack of intent to sell their star player, Kane, whose contract runs out next summer. A Manchester United’s interest in the player is also on the horizon.

Real Madrid Faces the Challenge of Benzema’s Departure

Coincidentally, the meeting was held amid speculation surrounding Karim Benzema’s potential exit. A generous offer from Saudi Arabia is on the table. In the light of this potential vacancy, Kane seems like the perfect piece to complete Ancelotti’s attacking puzzle.

Bellingham’s Potential Arrival at Real Madrid

The meeting also shed light on the anticipated signing of Jude Bellingham. The proposed transfer of this young talent is reportedly on track, with continued discussions between Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund taking place.

Confirmed New Additions to Ancelotti’s Squad

With the departure of Benzema announced and the possible arrival of Kane, Real Madrid has already confirmed three arrivals. Fran Garcia, brought back from Rayo Vallecano for a cool €5million, is one of them. In addition, Brahim Diaz and Joselu Mato are also slated to join the team. Diaz is expected to stay till 2027, while Mato will likely fill the gap left by Mariano, with favourable conditions following Espanyol’s relegation.

Renewals and Departures Discussed

The meeting also addressed contract renewals and potential departures. Toni Kroos and Luka Modric have agreed renewals, while Marco Asensio is ready to join Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer. This move comes as Asensio seeks more playing time, which he anticipates might become more elusive with the arrival of Bellingham and the deployment of Federico Valverde in attack.

A Complex Transfer Scenario

While some players like Alvaro Odriozola are open to departures, others, like Andriy Lunin and Ferland Mendy, have complex situations. Mendy, though contracted until 2025, is reportedly up for sale, and Lunin, despite suggestions from Real’s coaching staff for a change, insists on staying.

Despite the labyrinthine nature of the transfer market, one thing is clear: Carlo Ancelotti is determined to build a competitive squad for the forthcoming season. The possibility of Harry Kane in a Real Madrid jersey, paired with the anticipated arrival of Jude Bellingham, paints a compelling picture for Spurs, Real Madrid, and football enthusiasts alike.

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