Report: Bayern Munich are keeping tabs on Tottenham player this summer

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According to Alfredo Pedulla, Bayern Munich are interested in a move for Harry Kane this summer. 

Over the last few weeks, multiple publications have suggested that Kane looks set to stay at Tottenham.

Football.London’s Alasdair Gold has revealed that the striker is excited to see Spurs backing Antonio Conte in the transfer window and believes the Italian can lead the club to silverware.

The Evening Standard have claimed that the striker is ready to open talks with the North London club regarding a new contract.

The Daily Mail even reported a couple of days ago that the Tottenham hierarchy believe the England captain can be persuaded to finish his career at the club.

Pedulla has now acknowledged that it will be difficult to prise Kane away from Spurs, with the Premier League club said to consider the striker ‘untouchable’.

The journalist reveals that the Lilywhites have offered the 28-year-old a new contract but he adds that Bayern are keeping tabs on the player’s situation.

The Bundesliga giants’ interest in the Tottenham star is said to be at the ’embryonic phase’, with the German club still focused on signing Liverpool’s Sadio Mane.

However, Pedulla explains that Bayern could also make a move for another out-and-out centre-forward, with Robert Lewandowski potentially on his way out of the Allianz Arena.

Spurs Web Opinion

This report does not make any sense whatsoever. Firstly, it is clear that Kane wants to stay for at least one full season under Conte but even if the striker was open to leaving, there is no way he would join Bayern.

Besides, Bayern do not tend to pay big transfer fees for players and there is simply no way they would be able to afford Kane, with Levy likely to demand £100m or more for the 28-year-old.

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