Bayern Munich have contacted Harry Kane’s agent Charlie over Kane possible summer transfer move, reports Plettigoal.
"There was contact between Bayern and Charlie Kane. Harry Kane can really, really imagine joining Bayern"
— Bayern & Germany (@iMiaSanMia) September 12, 2022
The Tottenham forward is into the final year of his contract in north London and has been touted as a long-term replacement for Robert Lewandowski, who left for Barcelona earlier this summer.
Despite the London club trying to keep hold of the England captain, Bayern Munich are ready to pounce on the Tottenham forward, if they struggle in front of goal this season.
Bayern Munich are interested in signing Tottenham striker Harry Kane.
Julian Nagelsmann’s side are currently without an out-and-out striker following the departure to Barcelona of Robert Lewandowski, so Kane would have fit into their plans, but it remains to be seen if he will be interested in Bundesliga football in 2023.
When asked by Sky Germany, Bayern Sporting Director Hasan Salihamidzic said: ‘It’s too early to talk about it.’
It is not clear what the 29-year-old plans to do next, whether he remains with Tottenham, or takes on another challenge elsewhere.
WHAT LIES FOR HARRY KANE?
One of the criticisms of Kane’s stellar career to date is a lack of serious silverware, and Bayern Munich are perennial winners on the national and European level.
However, Spurs are in the middle of rebuilding, and aiming for glory themselves under Antonio Conte, so Kane could be encouraged to stick around.
Last week, when asked about whether now was a good time for Kane to sign a new contract at Spurs, Conte said: ‘Yeah, the perfect time but you know very well that you create the perfect time with a project.
If also the player understands that there is a right process, that everybody is going in the same direction, I think every single player wants to see this.”
‘And I think that Harry for sure is happy because he is seeing this type of situation.
‘There is a vision, there is a direction and there is a unity to try to improve the team to be the team at the level of his expectations.’
Kane has scored 188 career Premier League goals, only behind Shearer and Rooney in the all-time list, but has yet to win a major trophy at club or international level.