Real Madrid have been presented with a chance to secure Tottenham striker Harry Kane in the upcoming transfer window.
According to a report from the Mirror, the opportunity comes in the form of a player-plus-cash deal as the La Liga giants could include Eden Hazard in the bid in order to secure the England international's services.
Former Belgium international, who will kick off his final year at the Bernabeu, failed to establish himself in Carlo Anccelotti's pecking order since his switch from Chelsea
Meanwhile, Kane's contract with Spurs is set to expire next year, a potential transfer would allow the club to profit from the sale of their star rather than risk losing him as a free agent.
Furthermore, the North Londoners' chairman Daniel Levy would prefer to sell the 29-year-old to a non-Premier League team rather than a direct rival.
Overcoming this concern would involve the striker joining a top European club, such as Los Blancos, which would prevent him from facing Spurs as an opponent.