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Bayern Munich to begin talks with Tottenham Hotspur star, says journo

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Journo: Bayern Munich to begin talks with Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane

Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane has been on the radar of Bayern Munich for quite some time.

The Bavarian giants have failed to fill the void left by Robert Lewandowski when he moved to Barcelona last summer. Kane is an obvious target for any team wanting a proven No. 9.

He is Tottenham and England’s most prolific goal-scorer and he isn’t even 30 years old yet. For a while, it seemed that Bayern’s interest in the player had cooled.

There has been nothing concrete to indicate that Kane can join Bayern anytime soon, especially with Alan Shearer’s record of 260 Premier League goals in his sight. But journalist Rudy Galetti has provided an update Spurs fans won’t like.

The journalist tweeted:

“As revealed in Jan, #Kane remains the main target of Bayern Munich for the attack. ‼️ The striker likes the destination and, after some contacts with the [German] club, it seems that there’ll be no issues to agree personal terms. #Bayern are now set to start talks with #THFC.”

What to do with Kane?

Kane will enter the final year of his contract next month. Daniel Levy will now have to decide if keeping the England international for another season will be worth the amount we can get for him.

Tottenham star Harry Kane.
Tottenham star Harry Kane. (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)

Because it seems unlikely that the Englishman will pen a new deal. If he wanted to, he’d have done so already. He is currently valued at 100million Pounds – a figure enough to scare Manchester United from making a move.

Kane is a player who can be very crucial if we are to win silverware next season – be it the domestic cups. At least it will put an end to our 15-year title drought.

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Or, we can put that thought in the backseat, sell Kane, raise cash, and help Ange Postecoglou get in players of his preference so he can build a long-term project. The first option would seem smart for now but if he leaves for nothing next year, no one at Spurs would be remotely pleased with that. The time to make a decision on Kane has come. The longer we delay it, the worse it will be for us.

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