Real Madrid send scouts to watch Harry Kane

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The London Evening Standard are reporting that Real Madrid have watched striker Harry Kane three times already this season.

The Spanish giants are said to be closely following the progress of the brightest young star in English football.

While there are no immediate plans to make an offer for Kane, who has just signed a new five year contract, the Madrid scouts have been impressed enough to keep coming back for another look at the 21-year-old.

Back to the Spurs well?

This will not come as good news to Spurs fans, still buzzing after Kane's goals ensured a Tottenham North London derby win, after Madrid pounced for Luka Modric and Gareth Bale.

Madrid bought the pair in 2012 and 2013 for a combined fee of £119 million.

However, Kane has expressed no desire to follow his former team-mates to La Liga.

When asked if he could possibly spend the rest of his career at Spurs, Kane said “I don’t see why not. Tottenham are a great club on the rise. I hope we get better and I’d love to stay here for as long as possible.

“If I’m still here in 10 years, I’d be over the moon. A lot of players today, when they do well, they end up going to another club or moving abroad. It depends on the situation at the time but at the moment, I’m looking to be a Tottenham player for many years.”

Kane has 22 goals in all competition so far this season and is knocking on the door for the England national team.

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