Real Madrid is willing to send two players to Tottenham Hotspur as part of the mega transfer deal for Harry Kane.
- Madrid mark Kane as Benzema replacement
- Two players offered to Spurs as part of deal
- Real wants to quickly reach an agreement
What’s the news?
Real Madrid is reportedly willing to include two players, Ferland Mendy and Eden Hazard, in a potential deal with Tottenham Hotspur for the transfer of Harry Kane. The news comes as Real Madrid considers the departure of Karim Benzema this summer. Madrid aims to quickly reach an agreement with both Spurs and Kane, with the 29-year-old forward being seen as the top candidate to succeed Benzema at the Spanish club.
Karim Benzema’s departure from Real Madrid appears to be imminent, as the experienced Frenchman has reportedly received a €400 million offer from Saudi Arabia. After fourteen seasons at the club, Benzema is expected to leave on a free transfer. This development has prompted Real Madrid to approach Tottenham Hotspur regarding the potential transfer of Harry Kane.
To lower the transfer fee for Kane, Real Madrid hopes to include two players in the deal. Ferland Mendy and Eden Hazard have been mentioned as possible candidates. Mendy has lost his place in the starting lineup to David Alaba and Eduardo Camavinga, while Hazard, who made a high-profile move from Chelsea for €100 million, has struggled to meet expectations. Recent reports suggest that Hazard’s future at Madrid is uncertain, as he has not been included in the matchday squad and a summer departure is speculated.