Harry Kane and Dele Alli
Real Madrid see both players as their next Galactico signing. Getty


  • Reports in Spain claim the Spanish champions want another 'Galactico' signing.
  • Both Kane and Alli are said to now be firmly on their radar.

Tottenham Hotspur stars Harry Kane and Dele Alli both feature on Real Madrid's list of transfer targets as the Spanish champions look to bring in a 'Galactico' signing next summer.

The La Liga giants experienced a low-key summer window after failing to sign Kylian Mbappe despite a prolonged transfer saga that ended with him joining Paris Saint-Germain. Los Blancos have made noted efforts to change their transfer policy in recent years, looking to sign promising young players they can ease into the first-team with Marco Asensio a prime example of its current success.

The club provided another demonstration of that during the summer, paying £38m to secure the services of 16-year-old Brazilian sensation Vinicius Jnr having also recruited 19-year-old Theo Hernandez and 21-year-old Dani Ceballos.

Real are looking to continue that trend of buying young talent, but also want someone with a superstar profile; the sort of signing that has come to define the club over the last two decades.

Marca now report Kane and Alli are among a list of players now on the club's radar.

Kane in particular has been the subject of transfer speculation linking him with a £200m move to the Santiago Bernabeu, admitting this week he would never rule out a move to Spain.

"I think in football, you never know and you never rule out anything. It is not something that I definitely want to do but it could happen. You just never know.

"Like you said, at the moment, I am very happy where I am here [Tottenham] – that is all that matters," Kane, who has scored 11 goals in nine appearances this season. "We will see what happens, but for now that is all I am focusing on."

Real have not made a true 'Galactico' signing since bringing James Rodriguez to the club following his wonderful World Cup campaign with Colombia in 2014. A year before that they paid a world record transfer fee to sign Gareth Bale from Spurs but since then that record has been broken three times with the transfers of Paul Pogba, Ousmane Dembele and Neymar.