Last summer, Harry Kane wanted to leave Tottenham Hotspur but since the arrival of manager Antonio Conte, he has looked more settled at the club.
However, the German website Kicker has reported that Bayern Munich, ‘have to prepare for the 33-year-old’s (Lewandowski) departure. By the summer of 2023 at the latest. One name that is conceivable in the forward position is Harry Kane’.
Kane has expressed his desire to win trophies in the past and by joining Bayern he would be guaranteed at least a league title in winning the Bundesliga.
Although, Spurs are building an impressive squad under Conte with the signings of Yves Bissouma, Richarlison and Ivan Perišić already this summer. The club are also back in the Champions League next season so it may be wise to stay and be a part of Conte’s project.
It would be very ambitious for Bayern to attempt to sign Kane given how stubborn Spurs Chairman Daniel Levy was last season when the striker was linked with a move to Manchester City.
An incredible welcome for us in Seoul! Always amazing to see the support we have around the world. pic.twitter.com/59rOBKmI4A
— Harry Kane (@HKane) July 10, 2022
Should Harry Kane stay at Tottenham next season?
Harry Kane is 28 and is still yet to win a trophy with his club. Tottenham are in a good position for next season but is still unlikely to challenge Liverpool and Man City for the title.
Spurs could win one of the cups next season but for Kane moving abroad may well be his best bet to win a league title. City have already signed Erling Haaland this summer so it would be unlikely they would come back in for him.
Chelsea are in need of a striker having let Romelu Lukaku return to Inter Milan on loan. According to German football journalist Christian Faulk of Sport Bild, ‘Paris Saint-Germain are expected to get into the poker for Robert Lewandowski if the negotiations between Barcelona and Bayern would fail. just like Chelsea. Lewandowski would prefer a Transfer to Barca or Chelsea instead of staying at Bayern’.
It is unlikely Spurs will sell Kane to Chelsea so a move for Lewandowski would be a great replacement for Lukaku. The Polish legend is a bit older at 33 years old but looks after himself and is in great shape even eating his desserts before his main course because it improves digestion.
Transfers are always like a merry-go-round, one move sparks others to move. For Kane, he does have ambitions to win trophies but his legendary status at Spurs is also important if he was to stay at the club his whole career then he would garner respect similar to what Steven Gerrard has at Liverpool and Francesco Totti has at Roma.