Harry Kane feeds lions as Spurs ace tops Barcelona shortlist to replace Suarez

Tottenham ace enjoyed a family outing at the Paradise Wildlife Park while the Catalans are said to scout the striker


Posted Thursday, January 10, 2019 by Thesun.co.uk

ENGLAND and Spurs ace Harry Kane fed lions on a family outing — six months after roaring at the World Cup with Three Lions on his chest.

The golden boot winner grinned as he fed the animals through a cage at Paradise Wildlife Park in Broxbourne in a navy Parka.

Harry Kane feeds lions as Spurs ace tops Barcelona shortlist to replace Suarez
Harry Kane was pictured feeding a lion at Paradise Wildlife Park

Harry Kane feeds lions as Spurs ace tops Barcelona shortlist to replace Suarez
Spurs ace enjoyed a family outing at the zoo and shared snaps on social media

Meanwhile, Barcelona are keeping tabs on the Spurs star as the Catalans weigh up their attacking options.

Kane, 25, is England's mane man and has caught the attention of the world's top sides, and has already scored 20 goals for Tottenham in his fifth consecutive season.

But on Wednesday, the Spurs ace had a chance to look in the eye of a true predator, feeding the beast with a chunk of raw meet.

Kane spent a day at the Paradise Wildlife Park together with his fiancee Katie Goodland, 25, and daughter Ivy, 2.

And he shared some snaps from the family outing on Instagram, showing him handing the meat to the king of the jungle under the careful eye of a zookeeper.

Harry Kane feeds lions as Spurs ace tops Barcelona shortlist to replace Suarez
Harry Kane alongside his fiancee Katie Goodland and daughter Ivy

The lion seemed harmless as it gratefully enjoyed the food handed by the Three Lions captain, while leaning on the fence with his paws.

Meanwhile, Barcelona have shortlisted the Spurs star as a potential replacement for ageing Luis Suarez, according to Mundo Deportivo.

The Catalans' boss Ernesto Valverde weighs up his attacking options, with the Uruguayan turning 32 in January, and considers bolstering his squad with another striker.

In addition, Philippe Coutinho and summer signing Malcom still fail to live up to expectations following their Nou Camp switches.

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Barcelona are also set to offload their youth academy's product Munir, whose contract with the club expires in the summer.

Kane, however, signed a new bumper contract with Tottenham in June, tying him down until 2024, meaning the Spanish giants will have to show some big bucks to convince Spurs to let their star go.

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