Bayern Munich’s new boss Thomas Tuchel has reportedly told the board that Tottenham striker Harry Kane is his top priority in the upcoming transfer window.
Kane, 29, is just five goals away from overtaking Wayne Rooney for second place on the Premier League’s all-time top scorer list, after recently surpassing Rooney as England’s all-time top scorer and Jimmy Greaves as record holder Tottenham.
With his personal legacy in England already secured, the logical next step would be for the striker to be able to pick up some team silver and this is an area in which Bayern can excel.
While Tottenham Hotspur will be desperate to convince their star to stay put, any indication that he won’t sign a new contract will likely force the club to cash in on their best talent.
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According to Football Insider, Tuchel “has been a big fan of Kane since managing Chelsea in the Premier League” and he told Bayern’s board that he should be the main focus going forward.
Despite Kane approaching the final 12 months of his contract, Tottenham are expected to demand a £100m (€113.8m) fee to part ways with their club icon, but it is highly unlikely they will allow his contract to operate. outside.
However, the report adds that Kane could potentially be renewed if Spurs can find former Bayern boss Julian Nagelsmann as a replacement for Antonio Conte.
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