Kane, Davies top Real Madrid’s shortlist

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TOP STORY: Real View of Kane and Davies

Real Madrid are reviewing and keeping an eye on a number of potential signings for the post-World Cup period Harry Kane and Alfonso Daviesaccording to sports.

Blancos Manager Carlo Ancelotti appears to be continuing his search for a striker, with Tottenham Hotspur star Kane believing he fits the profile of the type of player who could be a future successor Karim Benzema.

Spurs are reportedly aiming for a fee in the region of €90m to part ways with the England captain, an amount the Santiago Bernabeu hierarchy is currently unwilling to offer. Should the 29-year-old move to the Spanish capital, there is a belief he would have to help push through the move by urging Spurs to lower their rating.

The LaLiga champions are also keen to find a left flank solution with Bayern Munich star Davies leading his shortlist. Davies, 22, scored in Canada’s 4-1 defeat by Croatia on Sunday and impressed in a role that sees him play up front for the national team.

Formerly linked with Real Madrid as a replacement for Marcelo at left-back, it looks like he has now re-emerged as a future option to influence Ancelotti’s attacking line. Davies will enter the final two years of his contract with Bayern next summer after signing a five-year extension in 2020.

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– Manchester United are set to join the race for the Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder Moses Caicedoreveals Sky Sports Germany. The Old Trafford hierarchy are said to be keen on the 21-year-old Ecuador international but Liverpool are also keeping a close eye on his situation.

– Chelsea have reached a full agreement with the RB Leipzig star Christopher Nunkucorresponding Fabrizio Romano. The move is now believed to be complete by the time the contract is signed. The 25-year-old all-round forward will sign a long-term deal at Stamford Bridge, which will become official next summer. The Premier League club are understood to have agreed a fee with Leipzig that exceeds their €60m release clause in a bid to secure more favorable terms in the deal’s structure.

Enzo Fernandez has been on the radar of a number of clubs across Europe lately but Benfica are only willing to sack him if his release clause is activated, the Mirror report. The midfielder has been a standout star for Argentina at the World Cup, scoring in Saturday’s 2-1 win over Mexico, but it looks like his club were quick to issue a hands-off warning amid interest in his signature. Manchester United have recently been linked with the 21-year-old.

– Juventus and Tottenham are watching the Denmark international Andreas Skov Olsenunderstands Ekrem Konur. The versatile Club Brugge attacking midfielder has been in impressive form for his national side lately, having contributed to eight goals in his last 10 appearances. Olsen, 22, played 65 minutes in Denmark’s 0-0 draw with Tunisia. It is reported that during the Bianconeri Are interested in him, he is currently not a preferential signing.

Konrad Leimer is about to move to Bayern Munich, reveals Sky Sports Germany. It is reported that the Bundesliga champions have reached an oral agreement with the 25-year-old RB Leipzig midfielder, who is expected to join Julian Nagelsmann as a free agent in the summer of 2023. He will enter the final six months of his team’s contract in January.

https://www.espn.com/soccer/blog-transfer-talk/story/4818772/transfer-talk-kane-davies-top-real-madrid-shortlist Kane, Davies top Real Madrid’s shortlist

Emma Bowman

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