Tottenham Hotspur Expert Shares ‘EXCLUSIVE’ News as Two Superstars Set to Join

Tottenham Hotspur are believed to be keen on signing Real Madrid ace Gareth Bale, who has been left out of the club’s pre-season tour because of a back problem.

However, Tottenham have been boosted by news that they could sign Son Heung-min ahead of next season after Spurs agreed terms with him over a new contract.

The South Korean international had previously been linked with moves to Liverpool and Arsenal, but it now seems he’ll stay at Spurs until 2021. And while Kane remains in negotiations with his current employers over an extension – which will reportedly earn him £200m – there has been some good news regarding his future too!

Confirmed By Fabrizio Romano Twitter News

Harry Kane is set to leave Spurs for Real Madrid, according to reports. The striker has been linked with a move away from White Hart Lane for some time now and it appears as though he will finally be making the switch.

However, Tottenham Hotspur fans shouldn’t panic just yet as there are still two big players coming into their squad this summer: Son Heung-min and Christian Eriksen.

The South Korean international forward has been dubbed “the replacement for Messi” by many pundits after he scored 26 goals in all competitions last season – including 13 goals against Arsenal at Wembley during our FA Cup semi-final defeat on Sunday evening (April 22).

Eriksen also had an incredible campaign last term – scoring 19 times throughout all competitions but perhaps more importantly adding eight assists too!

The two-time Premier League winner is currently away on international duty with England, where he’s put in a Man of the Match display against San Marino earlier this week.

However, Kane spoke to the media after that game and admitted that he could be open to a move away from Spurs this summer if they fail to qualify for Europe’s elite competition.

Now, Alasdair Gold has revealed that Kane could leave, but only if the club gets £150m – £200m for him.

Kane is a world class player. He’s one of the best strikers in the world and he’s also one of two or three best strikers in Europe.

The reason I think that Spurs could sell him is because they want to get more money for him than what Real Madrid paid for him last summer. They’re going to have to pay £150-200 million for him, which would be a lot for them but if you compare it with what Liverpool paid then maybe Tottenham shouldn’t sell Kane yet!

In addition, the journalist Fabrizio Romano has also revealed that Son Heung-min is set to pen a new deal at Tottenham ahead of the summer transfer window.

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