Real Madrid Boss Zidane Not Ruling Out Move for ‘Complete’ Premier League Striker Harry Kane

?Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has not ruled out a move for Harry Kane, who the Madrid boss described as ‘complete’, according to The Telegraph.

Zidane will get a look at Kane first hand on Tuesday when Spurs visit Real Madrid in the Champions League, and the European champions boss is one of many high profile managers to not rule out a bid for the 24-year-old.

Speaking in a press conference prior to Tuesday’s Group H game, Zidane said: “He is a very important player, he is a key player for Tottenham – he is very good at everything.” 

Los Blancos have bought from Spurs before, having signed Luka Modric in 2012 and Gareth Bale in 2013 for big fees and both players have played an integral role in helping the club win three Champions League titles in the last four years.

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Kane has remained open minded about his future in North London, with Manchester United also reportedly being interested in him. The England striker scored 13 goals for club and country in September and has been nominated for the 2017 Ballon d’Or after helping Spurs challenge Chelsea for the league title last season.

Real’s current first choice striker is Karim Benzema, whose goal against Getafe at the weekend made him the club’s seventh all time top scorer. However, the Frenchman turns 30 in December and Zidane may well look towards Kane as a possibility to lead the club’s frontline in the near future.

For now though, Zidane will hope the England striker will be tamed on Tuesday, having scored five goals in his two Champions League games so far, including a hat-trick in the victory over Apoel in the last match day.

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Picking a Best Combined XI of Real Madrid & Tottenham Players Ahead of Tuesday’s Clash

Each year the Champions League serves up some absolute peaches in the group stages. 

This year we have Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich tussling it out in Group B, a repeat of last year’s highly entertaining quarter-final between Barcelona and Juventus in Group D, the poetic justice of Diego Costa’s now-Atletico Madrid and former Chelsea colliding in Group C and, of course, the mouth-watering clash of Real Madrid and Tottenham Hotspur in Group H.

So with a double-header of the latter fast approaching, with the first being held at the Spanish footballing amphitheatre that is the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium on Tuesday evening, let’s take a look at a combined XI between two of arguably the most exciting teams in Europe right now. 

1. Hugo Lloris (Tottenham)

With six clean sheets from his 10 appearances so far this term across all competitions for Spurs, there is little doubt as to why Hugo Lloris gets the nod in between the sticks over Keylor Navas. 

The reason behind Los Blancos’ consistent pursuit of Manchester United custodian David de Gea is a simple one, Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane cannot always rely on his shot-stopper to do just that. 

The Frenchman is a much more established goalkeeper in terms of reliability, and for that reason alone would be preferred over his Costa Rican counterpart. 

2. Serge Aurier (Tottenham)

In truth, if Dani Carvajal had recovered fully from his heart infection it would be his name here instead of Tottenham right-back Serge Aurier’s. 

However, in the 25-year-old’s absence, the Spurs man, who has started both Champions League games for the North Londoners so far this campaign, is the one to take the field. 

The Ivory Coast international is yet to really prove his worth in front of the Wembley crowd since his arrival from PSG in the summer, which might have something to do with his well-known ill-tempered attitude, however there is a sensational player in there somewhere.  

3. Marcelo (Real Madrid)

Zidane was able to welcome Marcelo back into his starting XI during Real’s 2-1 win over Getafe at the weekend, following the Brazilian’s three-game absence with a muscular injury. 

The French manager had placed his faith in back-up star Nacho, who is more suited to centre-half, in that time, however will be pleased he is able to field one of his most experienced players when Tottenham travel to the Spanish capital on Tuesday. 

Following the start Tottenham man Ben Davies has achieved the season, particularly in the Premier League, there could well have been a toss-up between the two, but the Wales international is not expected to be on the plane – therefore it’s a straight win for the Madrid left-back. 

4. Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid)

There is little doubt that Sergio Ramos is still one of the best centre-backs in the world, proving time after time what it takes to achieve success. 

Yes, he does have the reputation of ‘bending’ the rules ever so slightly, however you cannot captain your side to two successive Champions League trophies and not be truly elite. 

Adding that to his World Cup-winners medal, two European Championship successes, four La Liga titles, two Spanish Cup trophies and nine other accolades, I beg you to tell me a better centre-half in world football. I’ll wait. 

5. Raphael Varane (Real Madrid)

Now, alongside Ramos is where things become a bit tricker. You could argue both Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld have both shown they are high quality defenders over the past 24 months, and even before that. 

However, Raphael Varane has been an instrumental figure in arguably the best club side to grace the earth since the days of Barcelona’s dominance under Pep Guardiola. 

Since bursting onto the scene in 2012, the Frenchman has recorded 39 clean sheets in La Liga alone, and coupled with his Spanish teammate, the two are virtually as-solid defensive pairing as you will find. 

6. Casemiro (Real Madrid)

If it were not for Dele Alli serving the final game of his three-match ban, the young Englishman’s name would certainly be involved. 

The 21-year-old, who Spurs somehow snapped up for just £5m in 2015, netted 18 Premier League goals from midfield last year – finishing sixth on the Golden Boot list ahead of stars such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Eden Hazard. 

However, due to his ill-discipline during Tottenham’s exit in the Europa League last season, a more defensive outlook will be taken. 

Madrid’s Casemiro is as safe as they come in midfield, a good old-fashioned spoil and distributor, who also chips in with the odd-goal. 

There aren’t many out there that challenge the Brazilian for reliability when securing the back-four across the world at the moment. 

7. Luka Modric (Real Madrid)

The ex-Spurs man is a certainty in the combined XI, and if Tottenham were at the level they are at today in 2012 when he made the switch from White Hart Lane to Los Blancos, he could well be on the opposition team for Tuesday’s fixture. 

The Croatia international is best-known for his stupendous ball-retention statistics, and the 32-year-old has not failed to impress so far this term. 

The midfielder currently holds a 90% pass accuracy success rate in La Liga, 1% higher than the figure he finished the entirety of Madrid’s title-winning season with last time around. 

8. Christian Eriksen (Tottenham)

Christian Eriksen’s progression in a Tottenham shirt since his £12m move to North London from Dutch club Ajax in 2013 has been staggering. 

The 25-year-old is now considered as one of the best creators in the Premier League, manufacturing 111 chances last term and finishing on 15 assists. 

This campaign is no different, with the Dane already claiming two set-ups from the 19 chances he has created in just the opening eight fixtures. 

9. Harry Kane (Tottenham)

There is little to be said regarding Harry Kane’s inclusion in the combined XI. 

The 24-year-old’s 16 goals in 16 competitive games for club and country this season really emphasises the true attacking prowess Spurs hold going into the Group H tie.

The England international’s raw ability to find the back of the net from the most improbable of situations is just one of the reasons as to why he travels to the Santiago Bernabeu with speculation surrounding the possibility of him playing his football there a lot more regularly in the near future.

10. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)

Similarly to Kane, Cristiano Ronaldo is one player than cannot be left out of this truly sensational group of players. 

The 2016 European Championships-winner has, throughout his career, provided amazement at how good one man can be – which is no more so proven by him netting 413 goals for Real in 404 games. 

There is little doubt that a large part of Pochettino’s pre-match team-talk will be surrounding how to quash the sheer attacking danger that the 32-year-old poses, and all I can say is good luck. 

11. Marco Asensio (Real Madrid)

Marco Asensio has taken Europe by storm since announcing himself within the confines of Real Madrid. 

Two goals and two assists in just eight league appearances during an indifferent start to the season for the La Liga holders’ has made everyone take note. 

The 21-year-old has been a vital spark for Los Blancos, particularly when both Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo were absent for a number of games at the beginning of the campaign, and has been vital in Zidane’s side’s recovery to second-place in the Spanish top-flight. 



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Real Madrid’s Lack of Goals Highlighted by Complete Absence From List of Top 20 La Liga Scorers

?Cristiano Ronaldo finally got off the mark in La Liga at the weekend, with his strike against Getafe on Saturday his first goal of the season.

Suspended at the start of the campaign for a push on the referee in the first leg of the Spanish Super Cup in August, Ronaldo had failed to score in three La Liga appearances upon his return. For most others, it wouldn’t have been headline worthy, but for Ronaldo it was huge news.


But even though the Ballon d’Or holder has opened his personal La Liga account for the season, Real as a team are scoring surprisingly few goals.

They have scored 15 times in eight games, way short of Barcelona’s tally of 24. Valencia (21), Real Betis (19) and Real Sociedad (17) have all scored more as well.

Los Blancos even saw their incredible run of scoring in consecutive games, which dated back to April 2016 and a Champions League semi-final against Manchester City, come to an end when they faced Betis in a 1-0 defeat on 20th September.

Real Madrid v Real Betis - La Liga

What the relative lack of goals means is that of the 20 top scoring players in La Liga after eight games of the 2017/18 season, not a single one is from Real Madrid.

Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi leads the way in the scoring charts with his 11 goals. Valencia forward and ex-West Ham flop Simone Zaza is next with seven, alongside Villarreal’s Cedric Bakambu, who also has seven goals to his name.

Antonio Sanabria, Maxi Gomez and Rodrigo Moreno from Real Betis, Celta Vigo and Valencia respectively have each scored five times in La Liga this season. As many as 13 others, including Aritz Aduriz, Joaquin, Juanmi and Yannick Carrasco have scored at least three.

No Real Madrid player is yet to score more than twice in La Liga in 2017/18. That tally has been achieved by Dani Ceballos, Isco, Gareth Bale and Marco Asensio. Along with Ronaldo, Casemiro, Karim Benzema, Borja Mayoral, Lucas Vazquez and Toni Kroos have scored once.

Real have scored at least 102 times in 38 games in every league season since 2009, even netting an unbelievable 121 in 2011/12. Zinedine Zidane’s team is averaging less than two goals per game – at the current rate, they’d be on course to finish the season with 71 league goals.

Getafe v Real Madrid - La Liga

The last time Real scored fewer was during the 2006/07 title winning season when Fabio Capello was in charge and the team netted 66 times.

One has to assume it won’t last.

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Real Madrid Stalwart Claims Los Blancos Teammates Know What to Expect From Cristiano Ronaldo

?Real Madrid left back, Marcelo was the latest to heap praise on Cristiano Ronaldo, as his side escaped Getafe with a hard fought win.

Real Madrid took the lead through Karim Benzema, but gave up the equaliser after the break to Getafe’s Jorge Molina. The game seemed to be ebbing towards a draw, until Portuguese forward did what he has done so repeatedly, being clutch in the moments his team needs him to be.

Being his teammate, Marcelo is well versed in all things Cristiano Ronaldo heroics, as after the game he told reporters, “We know what he [Ronaldo] can give Madrid. “He might not score in two games … but he’s always decisive when he has to be” (via ?Marca).

Getafe v Real Madrid - La Liga

Ronaldo scored a sumptuous volley in the 85th minute, as his team left an arduous game at Getafe with a win, as well as keeping the pressure on leaders Barcelona – who drew at Atletico Madrid.

Getafe made things harder for their visitors, and this was personified through their tactics of leaving the grass of pitch long, as a measure of stifling Madrid’s passing – which Marcelo responded, “It doesn’t matter, everyone has to adapt.”

The victory meant that Los Blancos set a new La Liga record of 13 consecutive away wins, with the gap between them and Barcelona down to five.

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Lucas Vazquez Revels in the Form of Real Madrid Ace After Yet Another Stunning Performance

The 26 year old Spanish striker Lucas Vazquez has heaped praise upon his compatriot Isco, after he came off the bench in place of Vazquez to rescue Los Blancos in their game on Saturday against Getafe. 

In an interview with ?Marca, Vazquez decared: “Isco doesn’t hide who he is, his football is from the street.

“The way Isco plays, it comes from inside, it is a pleasure to play with him. He is in wonderful form and I hope it stays that way for a long time.”

Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane had been hoping to give Isco a well earned rest, taking into consideration his exploits for Spain in the international break, as well as their upcoming Champions League tie with Tottenham.

However, with Real stuttering against a stubborn Getafe side, the Frenchman knew he only had one man to turn to. The Malaga born playmaker has arguably been the best midfielder in the world this season, with perhaps only Kevin De Bruyne of Manchester City offering him competion. 

Real Madrid v Espanyol - La Liga

This has failed to go unnoticed in the Spanish capital, and with 20 minutes to go and the two sides at a stalemate, Isco was charged with breaking the deadlock. 

And break it he did, providing an immediate impetus to Los Blancos before eventually supplying Cristiano Ronaldo, with a sumptious chipped pass, his first goal in La Liga this season and all three points for Madrid.

Vazquez was also supportive of Ronaldo, who before his winner had had a difficult afternoon, which inclued missing a guilt-edged chance from only 2 yards away.

Of the Real Madrid talisman, the striker said: “It was only a matter of time before he scored his first La Liga goal this season.

“He came up at the end, gave us three points and he is very happy.”

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