Kane has been linked with Real this week, but he'd have some making up to do.
The report claimed that the England striker was all set to be signed as the long-term goalscoring successor to Cristiano Ronaldo - who turns 31 next month.
It will of course be met with the usual responses suggesting that Kane is never heading to Real Madrid but Tottenham fans have been here before with Luka Modric and Gareth Bale - if Real are serious they usually get their man.
That being said, Kane would seemingly have to repair at least one relationship at Real Madrid if he did make the move. The player in question is one of the most senior players at the club and their captain Sergio Ramos.
When the two teams met this summer in the pre-season Audi Cup the pair clashed and went nose-to-nose during what was supposed to be a friendly match.
Tottenham fans will hope this was an injustice that Kane and Ramos can never come back from - because then might just stick around at White Hart Lane for sure.