Los Merengues are open to hire a new striker to support Karim Benzema, even if they need to splash cash to suit their purpose.

The end of the 2022-23 season will bring many changes to Real Madrid, and following the complications suffered by Karim Benzema, the club is considering to make a move for a reliable striker for those days when the Frenchman is not around.

With that in mind, many options have emerged to join the Spanish giants, and the club have reportedly set their eyes on Harry Kane as per a petition by Carlo Ancelotti. Fortunately for Los Merengues, their options to hire the footballer have been given a boost by Kane's current club: Tottenham Hotspur.

According to recent reports, the English side would be willing to let their footballer leave with only one condition: to see Los Blancos offering a cash-plus-player deal for the striker. Surprisingly, the man Spurs would like to be included in this deal is none other than Eden Hazard, who has been a massive flop since he joined Real Madrid.

Hazard's transfer to Tottenham would be an undeserved reward for the Belgian, who has gone through his worst season with Los Blancos in the 2022-23 campaign, playing only ten times and being involved in only two goals. Nevertheless, Tottenham execs believe that a return to the Premier League would be a good idea for the Belgian, and if they can take advantage of his skills, so be it.

It is still early in the summer to see if any deals for these players will take place, but Real Madrid's intention to hire a striker will be one of the main topics of discussion in the transfer window. Will they nab Kane away from the English club? We will have to wait and see.