‘I don’t really care’ – Eric Dier responds to Nagelsmann’s Harry Kane comments

Eric Dier
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Eric Dier has revealed he is not fazed by Julian Nagelsmann’s comments about Bayern Munich’s interest in teammate Harry Kane. 

The Bundesliga side are likely to be in the market to find a replacement for Robert Lewandowski, who recently sealed a switch to Barcelona after an eight-year stint with the club. 

Bild recently reported Bayern have identified Spurs talisman Kane to fill the void left behind by the Poland international, who departed the Allianz Arena with 344 goals to his name (Transfermarkt). 

The report added they enquired about a transfer for the England captain but were greeted with a resounding ‘no’ by figures at Spurs, who are allegedly planning to extend his contract. 

Manager Nagelsmann was quizzed on the situation where he admitted a transfer for Kane would be expensive, but also left the door open for a potential switch in the future. 

He said (via Manuel Veth): “He is very expensive. He is strong with the ball, strong body. It could be possible of course at some point but at that price it is really tough. We will have to see what happens in the future.”

Reacting to these comments, Eric Dier said (SkySports): “That’s normal. Every world-class player is always going to be spoken about a lot.

“I don’t really care. In football you don’t know what’s going to happen tomorrow let alone next week so it’s not something I’m bothered about, it’s normal that world-class players are spoken about.”

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The situation regarding Kane will be the same as last summer and the links to Manchester City. He is a Tottenham player and one of their most important assets, so Spurs will be equally as resolute when it comes to transfer speculation. 

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