Harry Kane was influential in England’s 3-2 win over Spain in the Nations League on Monday night.
The Tottenham striker wasn’t on the scoresheet but notched two assists as the Three Lions ran away with the fixture in the first half in Seville, and held on against a Spanish onslaught after the break.
Kane, the 2016/17 Premier League Golden Ball winner, has gone from strength to strength since breaking through at Spurs.
His consistent form, and the fact he is now considered one of the most complete forwards on the planet, has led to suggestions he could leave Tottenham for a bigger club.
Among the clubs linked with Kane are Real Madrid, who have shown more than a passing interest in the Englishman.
Los Blancos parted company with Cristiano Ronaldo in the summer in a deal worth £105million, meaning they are in need of a new Galactico and have cash to spend.
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But when asked whether he’d consider joining the La Liga giants in a brief interview with Spanish publication Marca, following Monday’s international fixture, Kane responded: "Sorry, not today."
Kane travels to the London Stadium this weekend as Spurs take on rivals West Ham in the Premier League.
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