Bayern go all in, they will make an offer for the £90m rated striker

1 year ago

Bayern Munich are ‘working on the transfer of Harry Kane for a fee of £90m (around €104m)’ after Oliver Kahn admitted interest in the Tottenham star.

The Spurs striker, 29, is under contract with the North London club until 2024. However, rumors of a possible move to the Bundesliga champions have been circulating for some time.

And Bayern boss Oliver Kahn fueled that speculation earlier this week when he praised the England captain. He told Sky Sports Germany: “Kane is a very good player, but there are many other very good players. I read those rumors everywhere.”

According to Sky Sports, Bayern are considering a move for Kane. And a move for the Spurs star would reportedly cost the Bavarians around £70-90m. But the German giants are not convinced the deal can go through.

London club president Daniel Levy managed to fend off strong interest from Manchester City last year and managed to keep Kane after a long market saga.

Talk of a move away has since died down – particularly after the appointment of manager Antonio Conte 12 months ago. But now interest from Bayern has seen the rumors return, with Kane expected to make a decision on his future after the World Cup.

And with the forward set to enter the final 12 months of his current deal in the summer, Tottenham may feel now is the time to cash in on their legendary striker.

Kane has scored 261 goals in 408 appearances for Spurs and is just five shy of the club record set by Jimmy Greaves. He also has 51 goals for his country and is just two off Wayne Rooney’s record. Kane has started the season with Tottenham very well, registering 13 goals in 22 games.

However, the club risk another trophyless season after falling behind Arsenal and Manchester City in the Premier League title race and exiting the Carabao Cup against Nottingham Forest. Kane is yet to win a major trophy in his career and could leave Spurs to find success elsewhere.