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Romano gives update on Bayern’s interest in Harry Kane that would please Tottenham fans

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Transfer News: Tottenham Hotspur not worried about Bayern’s interest in Harry Kane

According to Fabrizio Romano in his exclusive CaughtOffside column, Tottenham Hotspur are not worried about Bayern Munich’s apparent interest in Harry Kane.

The English striker has been linked with a move to the Bavarians recently and that would naturally create a sense of anxiety among the Spurs faithful, especially after his transfer saga with Manchester City last year.

However, Romano claims that there is no sign of any negotiations and Spurs are not insecure about the England international’s future at N17. He wrote:

“From what I understand, Kane’s situation is very quiet at the moment. Nobody is worried about the rumours. Bayern will be looking for a new central striker in 2023 and Kane is certainly appreciated, but Tottenham have considered him untouchable for a long time.”

Kane to Bayern?

According to Romano, Spurs are confident about keeping Kane and are even working on getting him a new contract. His current deal expires in the summer of 2024.

“So far, the situation is totally under control and there is not even a hint of negotiation; just an appreciation by Bayern. Kane is key player for Conte, Paratici and Levy, and, as I said recently, Tottenham are working on getting their star player to sign a new contract.”

Bayern lost Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona this summer. There is obviously a massive void to fill when you lose a player like that.

Transfer News: Tottenham Hotspur not worried about Bayern's interest in Harry Kane
Tottenham striker Harry Kane celebrates 50th England goal. (Photo via GETTY Images)

Sadio Mane arrived at the Allianz Arena from Liverpool this summer but being a natural winger, it is unreasonable to expect the Senegal international to score goals at Lewandowski’s rate, who scored 344 goals in 375 games for the Bavarian giants.

Kane has nothing left to prove as an individual footballer. From the Golden Boot in the Premier League to the Golden Boot at the FIFA World Cup, he has several accolades.

However, he is yet to win a trophy with Spurs. Bayern can offer him a better chance of doing so, at least that’s what recent history would suggest.

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The Germans have dominated German football domestically for a while. The Lilywhites, on the other hand, have yet to win a trophy since their EFL Cup win in 2008. However, under manager Antonio Conte, something special seems to be brewing and hopefully, Kane is on board with the project.

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