Real Madrid have been offered the chance to sign Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang but maintain that Tottenham marksman Harry Kane is their preferred summer target, according to Spanish outlet Diario Madridista.
Los Blancos will be in the market for some more firepower during the summer and Arsenal want £50 million for Aubameyang who is out of contract in 2021.
The report claims that Arsenal might look to ask for Dani Ceballos on a permanent deal and lower the initial cost of the Gabonese performer.
It would seem that Zinedine Zidane has a shortlist of three strikers that he would place ahead of Aubameyang as a preference, however.
Kane, Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland would all be higher on his shortlist of targets than the Arsenal frontman.
Arsenal might be resigned to losing Aubameyang given his contract situation but Tottenham selling Kane would be catastrophic.
The 26-year-old has plunged 136 goals in 201 games for Spurs and also has 32 goals in 45 appearances for England,
Jose Mourinho must add to his already depleted squad in the summer and losing his top talent would be unthinkable.
It will be interesting to see what lure Real Madrid still has over the Premier League.
Aubamyeang will be desperate for one last crack at Champions League success and Madrid would certainly offer him that.
For Kane, however, he still has years left ahead of him and as a Tottenham fan, he will want to bring silverware to North London.
Back in September, Daniel Levy placed a staggering £250 million price tag on Kane and he will want to fetch a world record fee for his striker.
Madrid are still one of the biggest club sides in world football and the latest report will worry both Arsenal and Tottenham.