Bayern Munich consider Tottenham Hotspur and England international Harry Kane as a conceivable option to succeed Robert Lewandowski at the Bundesliga champions, according to Kicker.
The 28-year-old forward has two-years remaining on his current deal but to complete a transfer this summer would prove difficult given the total financial package, but not impossible. As an eventual replacement to Lewandowski, Hasan Salihamidžić, Julian Nagelsmann & Oliver Kahn would prefer a striker that has already demonstrated his ability to play at the highest level.
Kane scored 17 and created nine in 37 Premier League games for Tottenham last season. The Englishman is a possible candidate to succeed Lewandowski, who is expected to turn up for pre-season training on Tuesday.
Barcelona are expected to make an improved offer for Lewandowski but as of Sunday morning, Bayern Munich had received no further advances from Barça.
Fabrizio Romano has since reported that there’s nothing concrete about Kane to Bayern Munich and that Tottenham want to discuss a possible contract extension beyond 2024.