On Monday, AS reported Harry Kane wants to leave Tottenham Hotspur and Real Madrid could be an option for him in the summer.

Los Blancos’ interest in the 29-year-old is backed up by Tuesday’s Marca, when explaining the La Liga side’s need for a new striker.

Real Madrid have several options but the one that’s being favoured the most is signing the Tottenham star.

Their interest in the England international ‘dates back a long time’. In addition to this, his ‘desire is none other than to leave’ the north London club in the next window.

Carlo Ancelotti’s side will face an ‘insurmountable problem’ to sign the striker and that’s negotiating a deal with Spurs chief Daniel Levy.

Real Madrid have already dealt with Levy in the past, where there was ‘many frictions and tensions’. Therefore, they don’t want to find themselves in difficult negotiations with him again.

A few days ago, reports from the Spanish press talked about a potential swap deal involving Kane and Eden Hazard in the summer.

Marca now make it clear the Tottenham supremo has ‘not been interested’ in the Belgian.

Online, Marca further state Levy has ‘not asked about’ the former Chelsea star because no one from Real Madrid has held talks with Spurs.