With multiple reports recently linking Harry Kane with a move to Bayern Munich, the Bavarian giants' CEO has refused to extinguish rumours linking the German outfit with the Tottenham Hotspur talisman.
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Since Robert Lewandowski's departure from the Allianz Arena, the Bundesliga champions have been repeatedly linked with centre-forwards, and a name that refuses to go away is that of Kane.
The London native has been tipped to succeed the legendary Polish forward in Munich, and speaking to Sky Germany recently, former goalkeeper and Bayern CEO Oliver Kahn hinted that the England captain is under serious consideration, but he is not the only one.
"[Kane] is a very good player, but there are also other good players," he told the news outlet.
"We deal with many players. It's not okay to talk about players who are under contract with other clubs."
The Englishman's current contract runs out at the end of the 2023/24 campaign, and Spurs will not want to lose their star player on a free transfer, so Bayern could test the north Londoners' resolve by bidding for the striker.
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The same report suggests that the reason for Kahn's ambiguity is because the two-time treble winners would like to do a deal as discreetly as possible. Spurs are notoriously hard negotiators but Bayern will be hoping to agree terms with the forward's representatives before trying to successfully negotiate a fee for the Three Lions skipper.
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