Barcelona have contacted Harry Kane about a blockbuster move to the Nou Camp at the end of the season, reports say.
There’s a realisation in north London that Kane has earned his right to leave, especially after a season where he’s netted 32 goals across all competitions.
And, now, according to The Times, the La Liga giants have reached out to the England international about a potential move to the Nou Camp this summer.
Barcelona know they need a world-class striker, having failed to replace Luis Suarez following his move to fierce rivals Atletico Madrid 12 months ago.
And while Erling Haaland has been considered, signing Kane would be easier.
Spurs would prefer to offload their talisman to a side outside of the Premier League which, in other words, means not Manchester United, Chelsea or Manchester City.
Kane, on the other hand, has other ideas which is to remain in the Premier League.
And Tottenham may feel obliged to grant the 27-year-old his wish given all he’s done for the club over the years.
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