Harry Kane is reportedly open to a summer move to Bayern Munich, although Daniel Levy, the chairman of Tottenham, is unlikely to facilitate an easy deal, writes the FFC.
Despite Tottenham’s disappointing 2022/23 season, Kane had an exceptional individual campaign, scoring an impressive 30 goals in the Premier League. This tally was just six goals shy of Erling Haaland, the Golden Boot winner who played for title-winning Manchester City.
Kane’s outstanding performances throughout his career at Tottenham have attracted significant interest from potential suitors. While Manchester United was previously linked with a move for the English captain, recent reports suggest they have withdrawn from the race.
It now appears that a potential move to a foreign club may be on the horizon for the 29-year-old, with Bayern Munich reportedly making their move in recent days. Fabrizio Romano, speaking on his YouTube channel, has stated that Kane is open to a possible transfer to Munich, but Levy is expected to make any negotiations challenging.
“From what I understand, and I always said even when he was linked with Real Madrid, Daniel Levy – Tottenham chairman – is going to make this deal very difficult. He wants to keep the player the club is still dreams of Harry Kane as Tottenham player for the next season and for the future.”
“They don’t want to give up on the story for Harry Kane also because they feel that the player will be open to make this move happen. So Harry Kane is not saying no to Bayern and this is why they sent an official bid and this is why they want to insist but it’s also crucial to understand Tottenham’s position in this story. They don’t want to make it happen.”