Tottenham striker Harry Kane's profile may never have been higher.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane had arguably the biggest night of his career so far in midweek.
The England star scored two goals in a high profile Champions League match against Borussia Dortmund at Wembley, proving he can deliver on the big stage.
With Kane's tremendous goal record it was only a matter of time, and that is good news for Spurs and England.
Pundit Rodney Marsh believes though that it could be short lived for Tottenham, and expects a world record bid for the striker next summer.
>From my Heard it here first file- Next summer during the WC Real Madrid will bid 300 million for Harry Kane.....— Rodney Marsh (@RodneyMarsh10) September 14, 2017
Kane has been linked away from Spurs every summer for the past two seasons, with Manchester United interested.
The striker signed a new contract last year making him the club's top earner, but if he wanted to, Kane could earn a lot more elsewhere.
He will get a chance to face Real Madrid twice later this year in the Champions League group stages.
Those games really will elevate Kane to elite status if he scores the goals to defeat them, and could sway the hearts of Real in the process.