Olympique Lyonnais defender Jerome Boateng has brought up Tottenham striker Harry Kane at his former club Bayern Munich as a replacement for Robert Lewandowski.
“Personally, I would try to get Harry Kane at Bayern immediately. That’s my opinion. For me, he’s a complete striker who scores his goals at Tottenham every day,” said the ex-national player sky. He added: “In a very good, but not world-class team.”
If the 28-year-old Kane played “in a team like FC Bayern”, according to Boateng it would be “a great replacement at a very good football age” for Lewandowski, who was willing to leave. “But that’s up to Bayern Munich,” concluded Boateng.
Boateng did not want to predict whether the Pole will leave the German record champions for the new season: “It is important that both sides are satisfied in the end. It looks like Robert wants to leave in the summer. FC Bayern say at the moment : ‘No’. That’s understandable, but they have plenty of time in the summer to make sure to get replacements.”
Kane, who has scored 26 goals in 49 competitive games this season, still has a contract with Spurs until 2024. Last summer, Manchester City failed in an attempt to free the Englishman from the Londoners.