Tottenham Hotspur reportedly considers Harry Kane untouchable this summer and future transfer windows amid the interest of Bayern Munich. The club will reportedly not entertain any discussions surrounding the future of their star striker.
The Bundesliga champions are going to lose Robert Lewandoski this summer. He wants to join Barcelona before the end of the window. The player is desperate to leave the club.
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According to reports, Bayern view Kane as a possible replacement for Lewandoski. They view the England striker as a long-term replacement for the Poland striker. However, the club is aware the move is unaffordable this summer. Although, the club will keep monitoring his situation. The current contract of the striker is set to end in 2024.
They will try to get him at a reasonable price next summer transfer window. However,the situation of Lewandoski is a hard stance. The Bundesliga club will not entertain any bids below £50m. There are also suggestions that the striker could play out his contract. However, Tottenham have made their stance clear to Munich that Harry Kane is not for sale. They consider him a pivotal part of the project.
TOTTENHAM SHOULD HAVE NO CONCERNS FOR THE ENGLAND STRIKER
The North London club have made it clear, that he is not for sale for any price. The claims were also supported by transfer expert Fabrizio Romano. He said there is no talk surrounding Kane. He also said that Spurs consider him untouchable. Romano also claims Tottenham are planning to get in talks with Kane over a new deal in the near future.
Tottenham came close to losing Kane last summer. Manchester City were pushing to bring the England captain to the Etihad Stadium. However, the Citizens were ultimately priced out of a deal for the 28-year-old. The English champions have now brought in Erling Braut Haaland from Borrusia Dortmund as their number one center-forward.
Kane ended the 2021-22 season with 27 goals and 10 assists in 50 appearances for Spurs in all competitions. This helped the club finish fourth in the Premier League table. His desire to leave Tottenham was largely down to lack of silverware. However, he is now confident Spurs can challenge for trophies under Conte, who has been backed with new signings.
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