Bayern Munich believes that lack of funds at Manchester United hinders
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane moves Bundesliga giants
Bayern Munich do not believe they need to worry about
Manchester United in the race for Harry Kane, according to the Daily Mail.
The Bavarians feel the Red Devils will be unable to come up with the
funds to acquire the England international this summer.
Spurs would also prefer to sell the 29-year-old to a team abroad
rather than lose him to a Premier League rival.
As for the German outfit, there is uncertainty around their bid to
get a hold of Kane as well.
The Allianz Arena side have had two offers rejected by
Tottenham value the English skipper at £120 million.
It seems unlikely that Bayern will come close to that price tag.
The Bundesliga giants are now evaluating leaving the summer
chase and reigniting their pursuit in January.
As things stand, the striker’s current contract with the Lilywhites
is set to expire at the end of the upcoming campaign. Therefore,
the 29-year-old will be available as a free agent next year.
Kane has been outstanding for Spurs for several years now.
The English national has established himself as a prolific goalscorer
in the Premier League. Therefore, it is no surprise that Daniel Levy
wants a considerable sum for him.
However, silverware has eluded the forward at Tottenham.
To that end, Bayern have been one of the most successful teams
over the last few decades. On the other hand, United also look to
be getting back to their best under Erik ten Hag.We won the Carabao
Cup in the previous campaign in the Dutch manager’s debut season.
The former Ajax head coach also led us to the FA Cup final. Unfortunately,
we lost to Manchester City at Wembley Stadium.
We have only signed Mason Mount so far. The Old Trafford side are one of the
biggest institutions in football. It is sad to think that we are unable to afford Kane.
However, it is not a surprise considering the drawn-out takeover saga at the club.
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