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80 million euros for Harry Kane? “That would be theft”



80 million euros for Harry Kane?  "That would be theft"

Harry Kane’s ex-coach has commented on the Englishman’s possible move to Bayern Munich. In any case, Uli Hoeneß’ brother Dieter can well imagine the transfer. The news and rumors about FCB.

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FC Bayern, News: 80 million for Kane “would be theft”

Harry Kane’s first youth coach, David Bricknell, has raved about his former protégé. “Harry comes from a great family, was always an absolutely lovely boy, you won’t find any dirt on him, he’s a great guy who now has a great family of his own,” Bricknell said sports picture.

For the 59-year-old, there is no question that the English striker would still score goals like a conveyor belt if he switched to Bayern Munich: “If he really comes, I can assure you: He will also score hundreds of goals in Munich!”

Kane’s contract with Tottenham Hotspur expires in 2024. The transfer fee is 80 million euros – for Bricknell this amount would be a bad joke: “If I read 80 million euros transfer fee – that would actually be theft for me. With his skills, he should actually cost 200 million.”

FC Bayern Munich, News – Matthäus: FCB will go all in with Harry Kane

Harry Kane is still a big topic around FC Bayern. Record national player Lothar Matthäus is certain that the German record champions will try everything financially to sign the star striker from Tottenham Hotspur.

“The club will at least go to the limits of what is possible and throw everything into the scales that the cash register will give,” emphasized Matthäus in his sky-Column.

The former Bayern professional explained: “If Kane ends up at FC Bayern, he’ll score 30, more like 35 goals next season. He’ll get the balls that Heung-min Son used to put on him from Musiala, Müller, Sane, Gnabry or Coman.”

FC Bayern Munich: Dieter Hoeneß can well imagine Harry Kane signing up

Dieter Hoeneß, brother of Bayern’s honorary president Uli, believes that Munich tends to sign Tottenham’s Harry Kane despite the high transfer fee.

“One thing is beyond question: No matter what it comes down to in the end, signing a top striker will of course be an expensive affair. But: I think Bayern are tending – based on the experience they had last season – now too to be on the safe side,” said Hoeneß in an interview and explained: “Harry Kane would fit in very well if you want a guarantee that it will work immediately.”

However, Hoeneß emphasized that Kane is not Bayern’s only option when looking for a new nine. “But there are a few other candidates for whom the same applies. It’s just a very difficult market overall. There are very few excellent attackers there. There are significantly more offers and interested clubs than there are top strikers at all. And that makes things difficult.”

FC Bayern, News: Ex-FCB talent little before loan

From 2017 to 2022, Marcel Wenig played in the youth team at FC Bayern, and the midfielder then moved to Eintracht Frankfurt last summer.

The 19-year-old is still under contract there until 2025, but should now be loaned out for the time being. A report by sports1 According to Frankfurt, he wants to keep little, but possibly push his development forward with a loan deal. The 3rd division or countries like Austria, Belgium or the Netherlands are options. Few consultants should be open to the plan.

FC Bayern Munich: The most important dates in the preparation of FCB

Date Event
July 15 – 20, 2023 Training camp at Tegernsee
July 24 – August 3, 2023 “Audi Summer Tour” in Japan and Singapore
July 26, 2023 Friendly match against Manchester City in Tokyo, Japan
July 29, 2023 Test match against Kawasaki Frontale in Tokyo, Japan
August 2, 2023 Friendly match against Liverpool FC in Singapore
18-20 Aug 2023 Start of the 2023/24 Bundesliga season