Competing with Harry Kane puts key Tottenham target off a move to London


The 25-year-old is on Spurs’ radar as they look for a quality replacement for the outgoing Fernando Llorente. Mauricio Pochettino is said to be keen on a move for the Real Madrid star, but AS (via SportWitness) has reported that Diaz sees the presence of Kane as a problem. The England captain is the Champions League finalists’ undisputed first-choice striker, which could limit prospective opportunities available to the Dominican Republic international. Roma and Milan are also said to have made offers for the forward, but he hasn’t been convinced by their proposals either and would prefer to stay at the Bernabeu. Diaz made just 13 La Liga appearances for the club last season, scoring three goals, and his game time could be further limited in 2019/20 after the summer arrival of Luka Jovic from Eintracht Frankfurt. Read more… Bargains! 11 of football’s best free transfers EVER Quiz! Can you name the top three all-time goalscorers for every current Premier League club? Topics Tottenham Hotspur, Real Madrid, Transfer news, Premier League, La Liga Tottenham given boost in pursuit of Real Madrid striker How Mauricio Pochettino has helped Tottenham secure their next signing European heavyweights join Tottenham in race for Real Betis midfielder He has proven himself in the Premier League – Kroos talks up Kane Everton weigh up record-breaking bid for Ligue 1 ace Lukaku misses open training session Serie A club turn to Tottenham defender in search for new blood Laurent Koscielny remains grounded after Arsenal exit blocked How Liverpool missed out on £1 million Aaron Ramsey – because of Jay Spearing Wolves’ ambitious owners understand they can’t match the Big Six – and that’s why they might actually break it PSG set eye-watering Neymar price as Barcelona consider next move The fall of Neymar: where PSG’s ill-tempered talisman has been going wrong Wednesday’s big transfer rumours: Manchester United given permission to speak to midfielder Tottenham wary of late hijack from rivals as they close in on new midfielder

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