바카라사이트Bayern Munich want to finalize the signing of Harry Kane as soon as possible.
According to Christian Falk of German outlet Bild, “Munich are still positive about signing Kane. They want the game against Leicester City to be Kane’s last game for Tottenham. The Bavarians want to finalize the deal before their pre-season friendly against Shakhtar next month.”
Munich are working hard to sign Kane. Head coach Thomas Tuchel even flew to London to try and convince him to stay. But Tottenham’s position is stubborn. Spurs have rejected both of Munich’s offers. Munich’s first offer was €70 million, which Spurs rejected.
Munich didn’t back down easily. They made a second offer of 80 million euros ($117 million). Tottenham’s position was the same this time. Tottenham wanted a much higher price than what Munich offered. Tottenham reportedly set a price tag of £100 million ($165.8 billion) for Kane. Munich are not giving up and are preparing a third bid of €100 million.
Munich need a striker to fill the void left by Robert Lewandowski. Lewandowski has been with the Bavarians since 2014, leading the Bundesliga in scoring for six seasons. Munich tried to fill the void left by Lewandowski, but it was a big one. Erik Choupo-Moting replaced Lewandowski, but it wasn’t enough. He only scored 10 goals. The club also tried to sign Sadio Mane from Liverpool, but it didn’t work out.
Without Lewandowski, Munich struggled to win the league title last season. They’ve been dominant in the Bundesliga in recent years, but last season they were outclassed by Dortmund. After losing the league title to Dortmund, Munich fired Julian Nagelsmann and hired Thomas Tuchel.
Tuchel declared that a treble was the goal, but the Bavarians were knocked out in the quarterfinals of both the UEFA Champions League and DFB Pokal. They regained the top spot, only to be knocked back by Dortmund. Fortunately, they were spared as Dortmund lost to Mainz in the final. Munich’s target for attacking reinforcements was Kane, currently the best striker in the world.
Kane is Mr. Tottenham Kane made his debut for Spurs after coming through the Tottenham youth ranks and bouncing around on loan. As he gained experience, he developed into a top striker. Kane has scored 280 goals in 435 appearances for Tottenham. Unsurprisingly, he is Tottenham’s all-time leading scorer. His 213 goals in the English Premier League (EPL) make him second on the all-time scoring list behind Alan Shearer’s 260, and he’s also England’s all-time leading scorer with 58 goals for the national team.
Kane isn’t just a goal scorer. His link-up play and passing is as good as any midfielder. He can get downfield, link up with players, create chances, and pass forward. And his ability to create goals from anywhere is superb. Last season was no different. He scored 30 goals in the EPL, second only to Elling Holland. He was responsible for 30 of Tottenham’s 70 total goals last season.
Last season, Tottenham had one of their worst seasons despite Kane’s performance. They finished eighth in the league and failed to qualify for Europe for the first time in 14 years. The cup competitions were also unsatisfactory. Spurs were knocked out in the round of 16 in both the FA Cup and UCL, while the Carabao Cup ended in the round of 32.
Kane has become one of the best strikers in the world. But there’s one thing that’s missing: a team career. Despite his many individual accolades, Kane has never lifted a trophy. Not with Tottenham, not with the England national team. For a player who is desperate to win, a move to Munich must be appealing. The Bavarians are looking to add Kane to their squad to help them challenge for the UCL title.
Kane has been one of the most sought-after players throughout the transfer market due to his residency issues. Aside from Munich, he has also been linked with Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Manchester United, but he is committed to Tottenham. He joined pre-season training and met new coach Enze Postecoglou. He’s been working hard in training. In the last friendly against Leicester City, he started and scored the equalizer from the penalty spot with the score 0-1.
Tottenham have no intention of letting Kane go easily. Nevertheless, Munich are confident of landing Kane. According to the German ‘Kicker’, honorary chairman Uli Hoeneß said, “Chairman Levy is clever. We have to make him say a specific amount. He is ‘stalling for time’. This is not the first time this has happened. Kane has made it clear that he wants to join us and we will get him.”