Harry Kane ‘can envision a move to Bayern Munich’ according to reports in Germany, while Bundesliga champions continue to follow the English striker, who has yet to renew his contract with Tottenham beyond 2024
- Bayern Munich linked with transfer for Tottenham star Harry Kane
- Kane has yet to renew his contract with Spurs, which expires in the summer of 2024
- The German champions are reportedly monitoring Kane’s situation at Tottenham
Bayern Munich are reportedly continuing to keep an eye on Tottenham star Harry Kane in anticipation of a possible switch to the German champions.
Kane, 29, was widely linked with a move to Manchester City last summer but Pep Guardiola’s side was unable to meet Spurs’ asking price.
His contract with Tottenham runs until 2024 and the English skipper has yet to renew his contract.
According to Sky GermanyBayern are ready to take a step for Kane if he does not sign a new contract with the North London side.
Bayern Munich will reportedly remain Tottenham talisman Harry Kane. follow
The report also states that Spurs’ talisman may be interested in the move to fulfill his long-held ambitions of winning trophies, along with the opportunity to seek a new challenge while enjoying the peak years of his career.
Bayern are said to have contacted Kane’s management last summer in the wake of Euro 2020, as the attacker was looking to leave Tottenham.
In the meantime, however, he remains focused on his role at Spurs and has yet to make a decision on whether or not to renew his contract with the club.
Kane has yet to sign an extension to his Spurs deal, his contract expires in 2024
Ahead of their Champions League clash with Eintracht Frankfurt last week, Kane was pressured by reports that he was linked with a move to the Bundesliga giants.
Though flattered by the interest, as he called Bayern a “top, top club”, Kane insisted he was only focused on getting the Spurs right.
He said: ‘I am concentrating on Tottenham Hotspur and trying to do our best.
“Bayern is definitely a top club, but all my concentration is on Tottenham and try to win tomorrow night.”
Julian Nagelsmann’s side is willing to make a move for Kane if he doesn’t strike a new deal
Kane, who is on the cusp of becoming England’s all-time scorer after scoring 51 goals in 75 caps, is having a fine season for Antonio Conte’s side.
He scored 10 goals and provided two assists in 14 games across all competitions and helped Spurs to third place in the Premier League.
They will return to action on Wednesday evening when they take on Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United at Old Trafford.