Harry Kane too “expensive” for Bayern Munich? – Nagelsmann describes him as brilliant player

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Lewandowski replacement? 

Bayern Munich head coach Julian Nagelsmann has underlined his club’s interest in Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane. The 35-year-old Bayern coach has described the Tottenham and England captain as a brilliant forward. Bayern Munich have lost star striker Robert Lewandowski this summer to Barcelona. 

“[Kane] would score a lot of goals in the Bundesliga,” Nagelsmann added. “But I don’t know the price. It is difficult at the moment.” Kane’s market value at the moment is €90 million. But Manchester City reportedly offered €150 million for the Tottenham striker last season. The bid failed, however, and Kane signed a new contract last summer until 2024. 

That contract, however, might open the door for Bayern to swoop in next summer as Tottenham might be forced to sell the striker when he has just one year left on his contract. Whether Kane will leave Tottenham or not will depend on his opportunities to win titles with Tottenham. “Going to Germany would definitely give him that opportunity right away [to win titles,” former Bayern Munich and Tottenham striker Jürgen Klinsmann said in an exclusive interview with Transfermarkt on Friday. 

Haaland, Sterling & Co. – The most expensive summer transfers in 2022

Luis Sinisterra | Feyenoord -> Leeds United | Fee: €25m

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Market value: €25m

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Yves Bissouma | Brighton -> Tottenham | Fee: €29.2m

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Market value: €35m (possible add-ons: €6m)

Karim Adeyemi | RB Salzburg -> Dortmund | Fee: €30m

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Market value: €35m

Sébastian Haller | Ajax -> Dortmund } Fee: €31m

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Market value: €35m

Diego Carlos | Sevilla -> Aston Villa | Fee: €31m

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Market value: €40m

Steven Bergwijn | Tottenham -> Ajax | Fee: €31.25m

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Market Value: €18m

Sadio Mané | Liverpool -> Bayern Munich | Fee: €32m

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Market value: €70m (possible add-ons: €9m)

Brenden Aaronson | RB Salzburg -> Leeds | Fee: €32.8m

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Market value: €25m

Nayef Aguerd | Stade Rennais -> West Ham | Fee: €35m

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Market value: €12m (possible add-ons)

Fábio Vieira | Porto -> Arsenal | Fee: €35m

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Market value: €25m

Sven Botman | Lille -> Newcastle | Fee: €37m

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Market value: €30m

Kalidou Koulibaly | Napoli -> Chelsea | Fee: €38m

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Market value: €35m

Nuno Mendes | Sporting -> PSG (previously on loan) | Fee: €38m

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Market value: €40m

Federico Chiesa | Fiorentina -> Juventus (previously on loan) | Fee: €40m

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Market value: €70m + €12.6m loan fee (possible add-ons: €7.4m)

Bremer | Torino -> Juventus | Fee: €41m

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Market value: €35m

Vitinha | Porto -> PSG | Fee: €41.5m

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Market value: €30m

Robert Lewandowski | Bayern Munich -> FC Barcelona | Fee: €45m

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Market value: €45m (possible add-ons: €5m)

Kalvin Phillips | Leeds United -> Manchester City | €48.8m

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Market value: €50m

Gabriel Jesus | Manchester City -> Arsenal | €52.3m

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Market value: €50m

Raheem Sterling | Man City -> Chelsea | Fee: €56.2m

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Market value: €70m

Lisandro Martínez | Ajax -> Man United | Fee: €57.37m

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Market value: €32m (possible add-ons: €10m)

Raphinha | Leeds -> FC Barcelona | Fee: €58m

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Market value: €45m (possible add-ons: €9m)

Richarlison | Everton -> Tottenham | €58m

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Market value: €48m

Erling Haaland | BVB -> Man City | Fee: €60m

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Market value: €150m

Matthijs de Ligt | Juventus -> Bayern Munich | Fee: €67m

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Market value: €70m (possible add-ons: €10m)

Darwin Núñez | Benfica -> Liverpool | Fee: €75m

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Market value: 55m (possible add-ons: €25m)

Aurélien Tchouameni | Monaco -> Real Madrid | Fee: €80m

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Market value: €60m (possible add-ons: €20m)

Klinsmann: “This year decisive” for Harry Kane

“Harry has that situation where he says: ‘I want to win the World Cup in Qatar, and I got to win something with Spurs,’” Klinsmann said in the TM interview. “This year is decisive for him; otherwise, you never build that confidence level.” Transfermarkt understands that Bayern under Nagelsmann would be happy to wait for year and play without an actual no.9 for a season. That strategy might help the Rekordmeister to drop the price for the English star striker.  

Davies to Lewandowski: Bayern Munich’s top earners ranked

10. Serge Gnabry – Salary: €15m

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10. Alphonso Davies – Salary: up to €15m per year

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9. Kingsley Coman – Salary: up to €17m per year

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8. Leon Goretzka – Salary: up to €18m per year

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5. Lucas Hernández – Salary: up to €20m per year

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5. Joshua Kimmich – Salary: up to €20m per year

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4. Leroy Sané – Salary: up to €20m per year

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1. Thomas Müller – Salary: over €20m per year

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1. Manuel Neuer – Salary: over €20m per year

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1. Sadio Mané – Salary: over €20m per year

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