German giant FC Bayern Munich sold their most prolific striker Robert Lewandowski to Spanish outfit FC Barcelona after the Polish striker refused to extend his playing career in Bavaria and since then Bayern acquired a number of players except a proper striker.
Latest European summer transfer window is now on the verge of closing and pundits in different Transfer talk are indicating that Bayern Munich could fill their striker gap by signing frustrated Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur.
How is Bayern responding to the Transfer talk regarding Harry Kane?
After clinching the tenth straight title in Bundesliga and named themselves in the record book as the most German domestic champion, FC Bayern were flying high since the beginning of this summer but the sudden departure of Lewandowski has affected the total team chemistry drastically.
Despite landing Sadio Mane from Liverpool last month with a fee of £35 million, the Bavarians are still in search for a renowned No. 9 which has also been recently accepted by manager Julian Nagelsmann.
According to famous soccer correspondent Fabrizio Romano, the Bayern manager is considering England skipper Harry Kane as the proper replacement of Robert Lewandowski which can also be found on his twitter post where he (Fabrizio Romano) quoted, “Nagelsmann on Harry Kane: “He is very expensive. He is strong with the ball, strong body – but at that price it is really difficult. We will have to see what happens in the future…”
Nagelsmann on Harry Kane: “He is very expensive. He is strong with the ball, strong body – but at that price it is really difficult. We will have to see what happens in the future…”. 🔴 #THFC
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 22, 2022
Apart from praising Kane’s skills and adaptability, Nagelsmann regretted that they might not afford to sign the English player because of his huge price tag.
Spurs fans are now getting tensed after hearing all the Transfer talk regarding their best striker who had already showed desperations last season for getting out of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Julian Nagelsmann also concerned for another player Benjamin Pavard whose contract is also running out in coming days but the coach assured the fans that he has better plan for the French star by saying, “Pavard? I really want him to stay, I want to keep him”