The English striker could leave Tottenham this summer, with one key element giving Los Blancos the edge over other teams.

It seems that Harry Kane will finally leave Tottenham this summer, and while the club's asking price for his services is not cheap, the club has seemingly given Real Madrid a good chance to lure him to the Bernabeu as things stand.

The footballer is set to end his deal with Spurs in 2024, which means this is the last summer where the club can earn some cash for his transfer. Chairman Daniel Levy has vowed he will listen to offers for the striker, but those bids must be over $110M to satisfy the club's price tag. Teams such as Manchester United and Newcastle have been named as landing spots for Kane, but recent reports state that Real Madrid may have the upper hand on this matter.

With articles about Karim Benzema's exit this summer, Real Madrid are in dire need to sign a reliable No.9, a spot Kane clearly fits. But the real lifeline for Los Blancos comes from Daniel Levy himself, as he would be keen to ship Kane away from Spurs to a non-Premier League team, ending Manchester United and Newcastle's hopes to sign their all-time top scorer.

With that in mind, and with Kane open to seek for pastures new, it seems like Los Merengues could sign their primary offensive target, especially since Levy has negotiated deal with Los Blancos that saw Luka Modric and Gareth Bale joining the Spanish giants.

If things follow their current course, it wouldn't be strange to see Kane leaving Spurs this summer to join Real Madrid, but it might be wise to wait for further developments on this issue, especially if Karim Benzema leaves the Spanish club for an jaw-dropping bid from Saudi Arabia.