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Tottenham: Fabrizio Romano relays Bayern chief’s comments on Harry Kane

Tottenham: Fabrizio Romano relays Bayern chief’s comments on Harry Kane -Tottenham Hotspur News

According to transfer insider Fabrizio Romano, Tottenham’s board aren’t considering selling Harry Kane to Bayern Munich amid recent comments made by the Bundesliga club’s CEO.

The Lowdown: Bayern targeting Kane

The 28-year-old has two years remaining on his contract with the Lilywhites, but over the past few weeks he has been the subject of some serious interest from Bayern, who are believed to be targeting the England captain as a replacement for Robert Lewandowski.

90min claimed last week that, whilst Fabio Paratici and co are keen to open talks over a new deal with the forward in the near future, they are in no rush to tie him down purely based on the attention from the Bundesliga.

The Latest: Oliver Kahn’s statement

Taking to Twitter, Romano shared the statement made by Bayern’s CEO Oliver Kahn on Kane, but revealed that the Spurs hierarchy are standing firm.

The Italian relayed quotes from the former Germany goalkeeper, saying: “Bayern’s Oliver Kahn on Harry Kane as target for summer 2023: ‘He is under contract at Tottenham. Sure, an absolute top striker, but that’s all a dream of the future. So let’s see what happens’, tells @cfbayern.

“Tottenham board considers Harry Kane untouchable.”

The Verdict: ‘Untouchable’ for a reason

It comes as no surprise to hear that one of the biggest clubs in Europe have their eye on a world-class striker like Kane, especially with Lewandowski having now joined Barcelona, but it’s pretty obvious to see why Tottenham would consider the England captain to be ‘untouchable’.

The 73-cap international has played a significant role in Spurs’ success over the last few years, with an outstanding 306 goal contributions (247 goals, 59 assists) in 385 appearances during his time at the club, via Transfermarkt.

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Spurs fans, do you remember who scored your first goal of the season against Man City?

Carrying such a goalscoring comes with a lot of responsibility, but having not won a trophy with the club, there’s surely so much more that he wants to achieve in N17 before hanging up his boots or leaving Spurs, so he may want to continue leading Tottenham’s attack for another few years yet.

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