Bayern starts contacts for Kane - Just Football
Thursday, August 11

Bayern starts contacts for Kane

Bayern Munich ‘will target Harry Kane next summer’ after receiving ‘positive’ response from his camp… and German giants believe guarantee of silverware will play into their hands in pursuit of trophy-less Tottenham star.

Bayern Munich chiefs are in contact with England striker Harry Kane. “Bild” reported on Friday that Kane has given signals that he is ready to transfer to Bayern.

The Bavarians are looking at Kane as the ideal replacement for Robert Lewandowski, who joined the Barcelona squad.

For the transfer of Kane, it is said that Bayern is ready to offer around 80 million euros. Kane has a contract with Tottenham until 2024.

Bayern Munich have contacted Harry Kane’s representatives to discuss whether the 28-year-old would be interested in signing for the Bundesliga giants next summer.

Kane is currently under contract with Tottenham until 2024 but the England striker previously expressed his desire to leave the club in pursuit of silverware.

Therefore, Bayern are interested in signing the forward as a replacement for Robert Lewandowski and believe the title guarantee at the club plays to their advantage.

According to Sports Bild, via iMiaSanMia, Bayern have contacted Kane’s team to speak about a potential deal ahead of the 2023-2024 campaign.

No ‘concrete talks’ have taken place as of yet, but Bayern have received a positive response from the England captain’s representatives.

Prising Kane away from Tottenham won’t be an easy task for the Bundesliga giants but they are aware the title guarantee at Bayern plays to their advantage.

Kane is desperate to add some collective silverware to his trophy cabinet. The 28-year-old has won a host of individual accolades but has struggled to secure a trophy with his club side, Spurs.

Therefore, a deal next summer could be mutually beneficial for both Kane and the German giants as the Tottenham striker could finally get his hands on some collective silverware and Bayern Munich could secure another domestic title.

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