Tottenham's Harry Kane is the 'most complete striker', Sami Khedira has said

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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger rates Tottenham striker Harry Kane as the best in Europe.

Juve are one point behind Napoli in Italy, while Spurs are fifth in the Premier League and 20 points adrift of runaway leaders Manchester City ahead of Saturday's London derby against Arsenal.

Instead, Los Blancos may well turn their attention to their prime target, Chelsea winger Eden Hazard.

Corriere dello Sport claim that the 24-year-old has a €110 million (£98.7 million) release clause inserted into his current contract with Inter, but that would not be a problem for Tottenham, considering the fact that Kane would command at least £200 million.

According to Italian media outlet Corrire dello Sport, the north London outfit have identified Inter Milan superstar Mauro Icardi as the flawless candidate to replace Kane, if he does in fact end up leaving in the summer.

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Marca reports Kane wants to know whether Mauricio Pochettino will remain at Spurs beyond this year.

"In any case, Real Madrid may use Harry Kane to distract from the focus of their real attention which is Chelsea forward Eden Hazard".

Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira believes Tottenham star Harry Kane is the "most complete striker" ahead of team-mate Gonzalo Higuain and Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski. Allegri will be hoping that his team keep playing like they have done over the past month or so as they have been very good.

Wenger was asked if there was a better striker in Europe than Kane right now, and answered: "If you look at the numbers, no".

It will be Juve's most imporant game of the season to date as they will be facing Tottenham in the UEFA Champions league.

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