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Paper Talk: Madrid raid back on as Zidane shocked over long-term belief about Spurs man; Chelsea ace admits concern

Real Madrid could make a move for a Tottenham untouchable after he proved the Spanish giants wrong, while a Chelsea star admits concern – all in the latest Paper Talk.

 

MADRID EYE KANE RAID

Tottenham striker Harry Kane‘s form has seen him re-emerge as a top target for Real Madrid, according to a report.

The 27-year-old has scored 14 goals and assisted 12 others in 17 games in all competitions this season. However, he has shown his best form in the Premier League, contributing to 18 strikes.

Such an impact has led Jose Mourinho‘s men to the top of the table – and reportedly reignited interest from Spain.

Don Balon notes that Kane was previously a top target for Madrid in previous transfer windows.

However, his recent struggles with injury saw boss Zinedine Zidane rule the prospect of a move out ‘entirely’. Indeed, he picked up a serious hamstring issue last season.

In the 2018/19 campaign, meanwhile, an ankle problem ruled him out for a significant period.

But the Spanish report claims that Kane has been ‘reborn’ under Mourinho and has shaken off his injury concerns.

As such, Zidane has agreed to reinstate the England captain as a top target.

Should Kane leave Spurs, his transfer would be one of the most expensive ever. The striker’s current contract in north London runs out in 2024.


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AND THE REST FROM PAPER TALK

Chelsea youngster Billy Gilmour has admitted doubt over his future at the club after their spending (Daily Star)

Blues boss Frank Lampard believes that Gilmour’s fellow midfielder Kai Havertz can become “top-class” (Daily Telegraph)

Lampard, though, does not believe that he is under pressure to sell £71million goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga (The Guardian)

Players have discussed walking off the pitch if fans continue to disrespect the fight to end racism (Daily Mail)

Millwall have persuaded their players to link arms instead of take a knee against QPR on Tuesday. That comes after a group of Millwall’s players booed the latter protest on Saturday (Daily Mirror)

Troy Deeney, Will Hughes

Meanwhile, Watford captain Troy Deeney says that he will take his players off the pitch if they are racially abused at The Den later this month (The Times)

Newcastle are aiming to return to their training ground on Tuesday after their Covid-19 outbreak (Newcastle Chronicle)

What’s more, the Magipes hope that Saturday’s clash with West Brom will go ahead (Newcastle Chronicle)

Meanwhile, Newcastle could swoop after Jetro Willems rejected a new contract at Eintracht Frankfurt (Newcastle Chronicle)

West Brom boss Slaven Bilic faces another fight to save his job after the 5-1 defeat to Crystal Palace (Daily Telegraph)

England boss Gareth Southgate says that he already knows his best team ahead of the delayed Euro 2020 tournament (Daily Express)

Southgate says that he is delighted that Manchester United‘s Mason Greenwood has returned to form (Daily Mirror)

United are reportedly considering a move for Real Madrid’s Lucas Vasquez (Daily Star)

But Jesse Lingard could be leaving for Real Sociedad, who have shown interest in the midfielder (Sky Sports)

Chelsea’s players felt frustrated by former boss Maurizio Sarri’s superstitious training routine (Daily Star)

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