Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has no intention of becoming a Bayern Munich player, according to insider Fabrizio Romano (via Twitter).
According to the source, no negotiations were even held between the parties, though previously several media outlets wrote about the possibility of such a transfer. However, the North London team, as well as their head coach, do not want to part with the Tottenham leader and intend to offer him a contract extension. In the same way as year ago, Harry Kane is deemed untouchable by Daniel Levy.
Current agreement between Kane and Tottenham is valid until June 2024. In the previous Premier League campaign, the player played 50 matches for the Spurs across all competitions, in which he scored 27 goals and gave 10 assists.
We recall that earlier Robert Lewandowski revealed that his time at the German club is over. The forward has been playing for Bayern since 2014. The Polish striker’s contract with the Munich club expires in 2023.