Harry Kane addresses Bayern Munich links

Harry Kane remained coy about Bayern Munich’s interest, insisting he remains ‘focused’ on Tottenham and winning their next game.

Harry Kane’s future remains a topic of discussion among those supporting Tottenham Hotspur. The talismanic striker came close to departing the club in the summer of 2021, with Man City his preferred destination. Spurs stood firm on their stance and rejected all approaches from Pep Guardiola’s side.

Since resolving the situation with the club, Kane has retained his status as the club’s talisman. Under the management of Antonio Conte, the striker is optimistic about Spurs winning a trophy, although he is yet to sign a new contract.

Kane’s current deal ends in 2024, as some quarters expect him to extend his stay in north London. Rival clubs interested in the England captain could have a better chance of signing him next summer. Kane will only have a year left on his deal, which has already alerted a few.

While there’s no indication of him penning fresh terms at Spurs, some sides, such as Bayern Munich, are already sniffing around. The Bavarians have reportedly prioritised Kane as a potential signing next year. They want the England captain as the perfect replacement for Robert Lewandowski, who joined Barcelona in the summer.

While the media reporting had cooled down after stories of Bayern’s interest, Kane was asked about it during Tottenham’s press conference ahead of the Eintracht Frankfurt game. The quotes that appeared on Goal, happened to indicate that he remains ‘focused’ on Spurs and hopes to win tomorrow’s clash.

Kane said, “I’m focused on Tottenham Hotspur and trying to do my best for us. Bayern are a top, top club – but all my concentration is on Tottenham and trying to win tomorrow night.”

Kane certainly doesn’t rule out a move away. With Spurs, he has not won anything, as the England captain certainly wants trophies to show for his on-field success. However, there are doubts about whether he would join Bayern.

It’s a well-known fact that Kane is chasing Alan Shearer’s coveted crown as the Premier League’s all-time top scorer. The England international could achieve the goal in the coming years, which will not be possible by playing in Germany.

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