Kane ‘can really imagine joining Bayern Munich’ after ‘contact made with agent’

Tottenham Hotspur's megastar Harry Kane 'could really imagine' joining Bayern Munich after contact was made with his agent.

Kane has been bagging the goals for Tottenham since he burst onto the scene with the Lilywhites in 2015. And the Englishman has never turned his back on north London despite persistent interest from elsewhere – most notably Manchester City last summer.

However, according to Sky Sports Germany, Kane is open to joining Bayern Munich after the Bavarian side reached out to his agent-brother Charlie Kane. The report suggests that Bayern will make Kane their top priority next summer.

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Bayern are looking to replace the large hole left by Robert Lewandowski – who joined Barcelona over the summer.

Lewandowski was the Bavarian's out-and-out goal-getter, and Julian Nagelsmann's side have struggled in the absence of the big Pole. However, Bayern were able to get the better of Lewandowski's Barcelona in the Champions League on Tuesday evening.

Sky reporter Florian Plettenburg said: "Bayern Munich is a number nine club… There was definitely contact between the Bayern responsible and Charlie Kane, the brother of Harry Kane. We hear it confirmed that Harry Kane can really, really imagine joining Bayern."

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Last summer, Bayern chief Oliver Kahn told BILD: "He is under contract with Tottenham.

"Sure, an absolute top striker, but that's all a dream of the future. Now we have to look at getting the squad together for the current season.

"So let's see what else happens."


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