Italian journalist Rudy Galetti has said on his website that Tottenham could sign Napoli striker Victor Osimhen to replace Harry Kane next summer, after reports from Germany have incessantly linked the Spurs star with a move to Bayern Munich.

German publication TZ claimed a couple of weeks ago that Bayern want to sign a number nine to replace Robert Lewandowski and that the club have identified the Tottenham man as their number one target.

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The report added that the Bundesliga giants are prepared to pay over €100m (£86.2m) to sign the 29-year-old.

Meanwhile, reports in England over recent weeks have suggested that Kane would be open to starting talks over a new contract with Spurs when the time is right (Ben Jacobs).

Galetti has now revealed that a move to the Allianz Arena is very much on the cards for the England captain next summer, with the striker being in the sights of Julian Nagelsmann’s side ‘for some time’.

He added that should Kane join Bayern, Spurs see Osimhen as the ‘ideal replacement’ for their talisman, thus potentially resulting in an ‘incredible domino of strikers’ at the end of the season.

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If Conte signs a new contract with Spurs, I believe that Kane will also commit his future to the club as the striker has seemingly fully bought into the Italian’s vision. I also cannot see the 29-year-old leaving the Premier League without breaking Alan Shearer’s record.

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