Harry Kane: Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn admits signing the striker from Tottenham would be a ‘dream’
Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn admits that signing Harry Kane from Tottenham would be a ‘dream’ as he describes the England captain as an ‘absolute top striker’ – but insists every blow is important for the ‘future ‘ will be, as they pursue other goals
- Tottenham ace Harry Kane had previously attracted interest from Manchester City
- He stayed at the club before Antonio Conte guided them to fourth place
- However, the striker is now being eyed by Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich
- Bayern boss Oliver Kahn admits signing Kane is a ‘dream’ of theirs for the future
Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn has marked a step for Tottenham talisman Harry Kane a ‘dream’ but insists his club are not interested in signing him this summer.
Kahn is evidently an admirer of Kane, although the Bundesliga champions have remained focused on other targets despite Robert Lewandowski’s imminent departure.
It looks like Kane will remain at Spurs until 2024 and has pledged his future to the club after prior interest Manchester City fell short last season.
Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn has admitted a move for Tottenham’s Harry Kane is a ‘dream’.
Kane has two years left on his Spurs contract and has committed his future to the club
But the Bayern hierarchy appears to have a nosedive in mind for him at a later date.
Speak with sports picture Speaking about his interest in the prolific striker, Kahn said: “He’s under contract with Tottenham.
“Sure, an absolute top striker, but that’s all a dream of the future.”
He added: “Now we have to look at putting together the squad for the current season. Let’s see what else happens.”
Kane signed a six-year deal with Spurs in 2018 with two years left.
The frontman was persuaded to stay in north London after Antonio Conte became manager
Robert Lewandowski is ready to join Barcelona after Bayern confirmed his impending sale
The arrival of Antonio Conte and the collapse of City’s pursuit convinced him to remain in north London – and he is now preparing for the upcoming election campaign.
The frontman has made 385 appearances for the club in total, scoring 247 goals.
Meanwhile, Bayern have confirmed Star Lewandowski’s imminent departure.
The Poland striker is set to undergo a medical today before signing a three-year deal with Barcelona, who have agreed in principle to a £42.5million deal.
Sadio Mane has arrived to fill the void at Bayern, while Serge Gnabry has given the Bayern team another boost by signing a new contract until 2026.