Darren Anderton believes that Harry Kane will want to continue to progress to greater heights with Tottenham Hotspur, but thinks the prolific striker would find it very hard to reject a potential switch to Real Madrid should such an opportunity present itself.
And that's why Benzema - who would likely be replaced by Kane - would also be included.
He has picked up where he left off this time round, finding the net 15 times in just 13 appearances for club and country.
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Kane has shown no desire to leave Tottenham now, but given he is yet to taste trophy success with the club, and given he's at the top of Tottenham's wages payment ceiling at £100,000 a week, the player may well be tempted if Real showed their colours.
"You hope he's Tottenham through and through", Anderton told Press Association Sport (via the Evening Standard). "The way he plays and the way he acts, it certainly looks like he's happy where he is and hopefully he doesn't forget that".
The Daily Star are citing a report from Diario Gol that claims Madrid are desperate to sign Kane but president Florentino Perez is reluctant to meet Tottenham's reported £179m (€200m) valuation. I think he'll want to complete his journey at Tottenham.
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It's reported Real would prefer to only offer Bale as part of the deal, but his injury record is thought to have "decreased his value significantly".
Bale and Modric were part of Harry Redknapp's impressive Tottenham side that reached the Champions League quarter-finals in 2011 and their return would go some way to appeasing Spurs supporters should the talismanic Kane depart.
"If you look at his age, his talent, the way he is, he's got to be worth around £150million, even £200million now", Anderton added. "You couldn't, absolutely not".
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