FC Bayern Munich head coach Thomas Tuchel gives verdict on club’s interest in Manchester United target Harry Kane
Kane has entered the last year of his contract at Tottenham Hotspur and has shown no inclination to sign a new deal hence placing a dilemma on club head Daniel Levy regarding whether to keep their star man for another year and risk losing him for free or generate a high fee from the striker’s sale.
Bayern have shown the most concrete interest in the player with United also keen on bringing Kane to Old Trafford.
The fact that Levy would be more willing to sell the player to a foreign club rather than a direct rival has led to claims that Kane would be Germany bound if Spurs are indeed willing to cash in.
Now, Tuchel has come out and admitted that the club would go all in for a player which they think is right for the project, potentially hinting towards Bayern making steps forward in signing Kane.
“I will not comment on players who are not under contract with us. But we’re looking at this position. If we’re convinced a player would help us, then we go all in.”
It would be a big blow for United if Bayern indeed end up signing Kane as he is the perfect striker that Erik Ten Hag could dream of and a signing which would instantly make us title contenders for the upcoming season.
With the signing of Mason Mount to upgrade the midfield and potentially Andre Onana as the new club’s no.1, Kane, 29, would be the missing piece in the puzzle and the ideal striker for the club.
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If Levy is willing to sanction a deal, then we should be all over the deal as Kane would give the team guarantee goals, something which was a key miss last season. Of course, we should keep highlighting to him how close he is to breaking Alan Shearer’s 260 Premier League goals record…