The Daily Mail reported that the Spanish giants had scouted Tottenham’s main man on several occasions last season, but are set to be disappointed if they look to make any sort of move over the summer.
“No, no, of course not (hasn't talked to Bale over Real Madrid move) - I actually haven't spoken to him for a while. We used to play golf together every now and then. It'd certainly be nice to see him again,” he said.
Kane’s loyalty and commitment to the Tottenham cause is actually quite refreshing in a world where a lot of younger players look to snap up the first high profile move they can get their hands on, as soon as they find a little bit of form.
Kane is the sort of figure that Mauricio Pochettino will be looking to build his side around moving forward and his new contract last season and recent comments of his commitment are both sure fire signs to Spurs fans that he’s not going anywhere.
Bale is realistically a player that Real Madrid could try and use as a middle man in any interest over Kane, but the possibility of him leaving White Hart Lane is a million miles away as things stand.
Kane has had a superb past ten months and his main challenge and thought over the next couple of months will be how he can look at improving in a Tottenham shirt.
He was challenged by the likes of Chelsea and Manchester United last season who found ways to isolate him and keep him quiet and he’s now got to counter that as he looks to further improve.