Real Madrid’s Unsuccessful Attempt with a £60 Million Bid for Striker

Real Madrid’s Pursuit of Strikers: Kylian Mbappe and the Harry Kane Bid

Real Madrid faced a challenging task in the summer transfer window following Karim Benzema’s departure at the end of the previous season. Benzema’s incredible contributions to the club’s success since Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure made replacing him a daunting proposition.

Real Madrid’s protracted pursuit of another French star, Kylian Mbappe, is well-known to anyone who follows football even casually. The PSG forward is already a superstar for both his club and country, having won the Golden Boot at the last FIFA World Cup.

For a player of Mbappe’s caliber, a move to a legendary club like Real Madrid seems almost inevitable. The question remains: when will it happen?

In the summer, Real Madrid was also linked with a move for England captain Harry Kane. Recent reports suggest that their interest may have been more serious than initially believed.

Real Madrid’s pursuit of Kane reportedly involved a £60 million bid, as reported by The Athletic. This indicates Carlo Ancelotti’s strong interest in bringing Kane to the Santiago Bernabeu, although the move ultimately did not come to fruition.

Instead, Real Madrid secured the services of Joselu on a season-long loan from Espanyol, who has impressed as a backup striker. However, Kane has thrived at Bayern Munich, scoring 5 goals and providing 2 assists in 6 appearances for the German club, underscoring the quality he could have brought to Real Madrid as a replacement for Benzema.

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