Harry Kane -- one of the in-form strikers in the Premier League -- has garnered wide attention from European football giants, following his sensational performances this season. While almost every top club is chasing his prized signature, it has been reported that, currently, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid are leading the race.
Be it his performance for Tottenham Hotspur or the England national football team, Kane is making heads turn, and how. With 24 goals already this season, the 22-year-old is the frontrunner to pick up the Premier League Golden Boot. Spurs have four more games remaining in the league this season and they have steadily caught up with leaders Leicester City in the points table.
Kane was on the scoresheet twice as the North London side thrashed Stoke City 4-0 at the Britannia Stadium on Monday.
The interest from Manchester United for the player was always there, but now the Red Devils have received competition from Bayern, who according to the London Evening Standard, are keen on roping the star English forward as a possible replacement for Polish hotshot Robert Lewandowski.
The publication has claimed that sources in Spain and Germany have stated that Real Madrid and Bayern want to stay informed of Kane's future plans.
There are reports too that Real Madrid have stepped up their chase for the impressive Lewandowski and Kane could turn out to be the perfect option Bayern need up front next season, if the Pole indeed makes a move to the La Liga giants this summer.
Also, Real feel that they could lose Karim Benzema this summer and, thus, they are also keeping tabs on Kane.
As for Kane, who signed a Â£50,000-a-week contract with Spurs in February last year, none of the transfer rumours seem to interest him. "There will always be rumours flying about but I'm happy here," Kane has been quoted saying. "The club are in good shape and we have a great future, so I'm raring to go and we'll see what happens."
Meanwhile, it is also reported that Kane could be offered a fresh contract by Spurs in the coming months. His current deal runs until the summer of 2020.