- The 26-year-old recently refused to rule out his exit from Spurs.
- The Whites and the Red Devils are believed to be keen on the Englishman.
- Kane would prefer a swith to the Bernabeu to an Old Trafford move just like Bale did seven years ago, according to ex-Liverpool striker Stan Collymore.
"I listened to Kane’s interview with Jamie Redknapp a couple of weeks ago and you could hear from the comments he made that there’s a bit of frustration," he told the Mirror.
"But the notion that Spurs will sell for around £200million, but not to a domestic rival, is interesting as well because that suggests chairman Daniel Levy is trying to play up interest from the Continent’s big boys.
"And the only clubs with the clout really to compete with Manchester United or Manchester City in England are Real Madrid and Barcelona.
"Those four clubs will have money whatever the weather and Levy’s comments left me wondering if he was laying out the path ahead by saying: ‘Okay, Harry, you can go. But it’s going to be the Spanish capital or Catalunya rather than Manchester'.
"We would see the mother of all bidding wars if that is to be the case.
"And I can honestly see Kane going to Real ahead of United in the same way we saw Gareth Bale move to the Bernabeu seven years ago."
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Kane recently opened the door to his exit from the North London club as he's not 'someone to stay there just for the sake of it'.
As well as Kane, Bale was heavily linked with both United and Madrid seven years ago. The Welshman moved to the Spanish capital in a £91m move and has gone on to win four Champions Leagues and two La Liga titles with the Whites.
He certainly made the right decision as the Red Devils are yet to claim a single major trophy since then.
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