Bayern Munich are considering signing Harry Kane after making him their top summer target.
According to Sky Italia via The Sun, the German giants have the money to seal a blockbuster deal to sign the talisman from Tottenham next summer.
Kane has been heavily linked with a move from north London over the past year, with Manchester City heavily linked with a move in the summer of 2021.
This was then followed by interest from Bayern in the final transfer window after allowing Robert Lewandowski to leave for Barcelona, but Tottenham refused to enter negotiations.
The 29-year-old’s contract with Spurs expires in the summer of 2024, meaning that in January 2023 – just over a year from now – Kane will be able to start talks with overseas clubs over a pre-deal. contract.
With five goals in eight appearances this season and 253 in total for Spurs, such a move would be a blow.
As a result, Tottenham could be tempted to cash in next summer if Kane appears unwilling to sign a new contract, which Sky Sports Italia say could attract big interest.
Journalist Florian Plettenberg: “I am convinced that Kane will be Bayern Munich’s real commercial target next summer.
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“It will depend on how the player performs this season, but Bayern have the money. Coman, Mane and Gnabry are there, but a number nine is missing.
His colleague Marc Behrenbeck then added: “I am sure that Bayern Munich will rely heavily on Harry Kane. The discussion is already underway.
“Bayern Munich are wondering if they will need a new striker and Kane is the number one target. More him than Lukaku, for example.
“Hasan Salihamidzic and Julian Nagelsmann really like Harry Kane.”