Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane still sees the appeal in a potential move to Bayern Munich, according to 90min.

The 29-year-old is out of contract in north London in the summer of 2024 and his future is fast becoming the subject of intense press speculation with Tottenham almost certainly looking set to miss out on Champions League qualification this season.

Tottenham are currently in sixth place in the Premier League table and are six points behind fourth-place Manchester United with just three fixtures left to play for Ryan Mason‘s side, while United have four fixtures to fulfil.

The report claims that Kane is currently keeping his options open over his future and is currently delaying a decision until appoints a new head coach and director of football.

Spurs are seeking two senior figures after losing both Antonio Conte and Fabio Paratici in the space of a matter of months with the current direction of the club unknown to supporters.

Bayern are seeking a new number nine having lost the prolific Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona last summer and are yet to replace the Polish forward.

While the Bundesliga giants have held talks with intermediaries, they are starting to get cold feet and understand that negotiations for Kane’s exit would not be easy.

The Mirror reported last month that Kane is not expected to sign a new contract at Tottenham after a disappointing campaign by the club has left them scrapping it out for what appears to be a place in the Europa Conference League.

Harry Kane

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SpursWeb Opinion

If Kane was to leave Tottenham, it would be in the best interests of the club if he were to head overseas, however, it seems unlikely that the England skipper would want to do so given his aim to become the Premier League’s top scorer.

Kane’s goal against Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon saw him overtake Wayne Rooney to move as the second-highest Premier League goalscorer and is now just 51 goals behind Alan Shearer’s all-time record of 260 goals.

A move abroad would seriously dent Kane’s chances of taking the record and a move to Manchester United seems like a more realistic prospect.

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