Bayern manager Nagelsmann has mentioned the prospect of luring Harry Kane to the Bundesliga with the England captain’s contract with Spurs to expire in two years.
Julian Nagelsmann, the head coach of Bayern Munich, has stated that he would dearly want to bring Harry Kane to the Bundesliga.
A replacement for Robert Lewandowski, who departed the club this summer for Barcelona, is being sought by the Bavarian team.
During his eight-year tenure, the 33-year-old scored 344 goals while making 375 appearances.
Even though Bayern has added Sadio Mane from Liverpool, they might not have the same presence that Lewandowski’s absence brought.
With the ability to lead a line and the skills necessary to score goals, Tottenham striker Kane has been suggested as a possible replacement for the Poland international.
Nagelsmann said that given the sum of money required to persuade the London club to sell, a move for the captain of Tottenham currently appears to be out of the question.
However, Kane’s contract will be expiring in two years, and Bayern’s manager teased that they will eventually put Spurs’ determination to the test.
According to Nagelsmann, “Kane is highly expensive, and that is the issue.
He is one of only two or three players who can play as a center striker, yet he is a fantastic player. He has played more like a No. 10 over the past few years.
But Kane is incredibly powerful and skilled with both feet and the head. He may be a prolific scorer in the Bundesliga.
I’m not sure of the cost, but Bayern Munich is going through a lot right now. We’ll see what happens in the future.
Bayern’s “dream signing” was described by Bayern CEO Oliver Kahn, and the German newspaper BILD claims that Bayern has already contacted Kane’s representation.
The news source also claims that the England captain’s camp did not definitively rule out a move to Germany, leaving the door open for a potential future transfer.
The talismanic striker Robert Lewandowski left the Bundesliga champions for Barcelona this summer.
The 33-year-old will be a difficult, if not impossible, act to follow after scoring an astounding 344 goals in 375 games during his eight-year tenure.
Despite acquiring Sadio Mane from Liverpool, Bayern will begin the new campaign without a designated number nine.
At the time, Kane stated, “I don’t want to look back on my career and have regrets. I aspire to excel in all I do. I’ve never stated that I intend to play my entire career for the Spurs.
I had never mentioned leaving Spurs. People may be saying, ‘Oh, he’s desperate for trophies,’ at this point. I still believe I have room for one more career.
I still have seven or eight years left of what I’ve already experienced. I’m not moving quickly. I have no pressing need to act. I aspire to be my finest self.”
Despite rumors of a transfer, he ultimately remained, and after Antonio Conte was hired, he played a significant part in the team’s Champions League qualification.