Real Madrid are considering a move for Spurs forward Harry Kane, according to reports in the UK.
The Daily Telegraph claims the 10-time Champions League winners have begun making plans to usher in a new era at the Santiago Bernabeu with Cristiano Ronaldo approaching his 31st birthday.
Los Blancos and Spurs have done some high profile business in recent years with Real having signed Luka Modric and Gareth Bale respectively. The club has a good understanding with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy and would be confident negotiations would end positively if they made a move for Kane.
The forward first came to the attention of the Santiago Bernabeu side 12 months ago when he scored seven goals in eight games and have been monitoring his fine run of form since.
Although the club are interested in signing him, the Telegraph says no move is imminent while the futures of the BBC are all unclear. Kane is expected to sign an improved deal at White Hart Lane that would see him increase his wages to around 90,000 euros a week moving him on par with the likes of Hugo Lloris and Cristian Eriksen.
Ronaldo has been linked with a switch back to former club Manchester United, while a move to PSG or to a club in the MLS has also been mooted.