Spurs Transfer News: Bayern Munich still ‘adamant’ they can sign Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane
Bayern Munich fans would have perhaps had an even closer look at Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane started for England against Germany in the UEFA Nations League game on Monday, September 26.
Kane started and scored the 3rd of England’s goal in a 3-3 draw at Wembley. The Three Lions trailed by two goals before they made it 3-2 via Kane’s penalty in the 82nd minute.
Kane’s contract situation is getting to a point where a little anxiety could seep in amongst supporters. His contract expires in the summer of 2024 and it could be a tricky situation for the Lilywhites if he doesn’t put pen to paper on a new deal by the end of this season.
What next for Kane?
Bayern have apparently made ‘gentle’ contact with the 29-year-old’s representatives and are confident that they can pry him away from N17. Kane has spent his entire professional career in England and is one of England and Tottenham’s greatest ever players.
However, what he hasn’t managed to do is win trophies with us. And that isn’t because he has let the team down – but those around him haven’t really matched his consistency and brilliance for an extended period of time.
A striker like him at the Allianz Arena could do damage and be the difference between Bayern continuing their dominance in domestic football or entering a period of uncertainty.
They did, after all, lose the prolific Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona this summer without replacing him with a natural number 9. Sadio Mane did arrive from Liverpool, the Senegal international is taking his time to get used to the league.
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Spurs, hence, would be wise to tie Kane down to a new deal as soon as possible. This is one contract situation we cannot afford to postpone.