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Bayern Munich in the race to sign Tottenham striker Harry Kane

With the Englishman's contract set to run out in a year, Bayern Munich are monitoring his situation as they prepare to bring him to Munich.

German giants Bayern Munich are monitoring the Harry Kane situation with a summer transfer in mind for the prolific striker.

Kane has one year left on his contract at the London side and his reluctance to put pen to paper on a new contract has many inside the club panicking over his future.

The Tottenham Hotspur forward has been in fine form this season, scoring 15 goals in his 18 league games for Antonio Conte’s side who are currently 5th on the table.

Kane had previously stated his desire to leave Spurs during the early part of the 2021/22 season during which he accused club chairman Daniel Levy of not honouring their “gentleman’s agreement” and denying him a move to Manchester City that summer window.

Despite the Cityzens having moved on to greener pastures with the signings of Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez, Kane still attracts interest from big clubs like Manchester United and Bayern Munich.

German journalist Christian Falk has spoken out over Bayern’s reported interest in the 29-year-old striker.

“Harry Kane is still the top target for Bayern Munich in the forward department,” Falk said when interviewed for the latest transfers talks for Caught Offside.

“They’re aware of how difficult it is to sign an English player from England – it’s like Marco Reus with Dortmund – but he hasn’t signed a new contract yet, which means there’s still hope,” he continued.

Bayern CEO Oliver Kahn not been shy in expressing his admiration for the Tottenham captain in the past, calling him “a dream of the future” in an interview to Bild last year.

If he does make the move to Germany, Harry Kane may finally have the opportunity to lead the line for a side who are guaranteed to win trophies every season, something he has found hard to come by in his illustrious career thus far.

The player is reportedly on United’s shortlist for a summer transfer along with Benjamin Sesko and Victor Osimhen, but the Bavarians’ interest in him won’t help their cause.

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