Bayern's pursuit of Harry Kane and Kyle Walker intensifies, while Tottenham faces a crucial decision. Will the English stars join the German champions
|Harry Kane and Kyle Walker could be lining up as Bayern Munich teammates next season if things go according to plan for the Bavarians. (Photo credit: Sky Sports)|
Bayern officials were believed to have held meetings with Daniel Levy on Thursday, and the meeting, according to reports, as the Bundesliga champions are looking to bolster their squad with the addition of Harry Kane and Kyle Walker.
Bayern already agreed terms with Tottenham captain Harry Kane but would need to raise the bar if they wanted to convince Levy to allow the prolific striker to leave.
New Tottenham manager Ange Postecoglou met with Harry Kane on his return to training on Wednesday, but details of their meeting remain undisclosed.
Kane (30) is interested in a move away later this month, but he could also run down his contract and walk away for free next summer.
But what would be the ideal situation for the North London Club? A Kane extension or more money for the England captain?
Away from Tottenham, Bayern has also agreed terms with Manchester City right-back Kyle Walker and would like to cart the treble-winner away to the Allianz Arena pending an agreement with the Premier League and the Champions League reigning champions.
With Joao Cancelo in no man’s land with the Citizens following his return from Barcelona, Manchester City is reportedly interested in Bayern’s Benjamin Pavard.
And it’s up to the two clubs to agree to a swap deal involving Walker and the French World Cup winner.
Bayern is brave and believes they can get their man from City, but would the Premier League champions allow their man to go?
Considering he also adds the homegrown quota to the club, John Stones is the man filling in at right-back, but Rico Lewis is another player hoping to grow into the position.
Harry Kane and Kyle Walker would add grit and strong quality to the Bayern side as they plan to launch into the deep end of European football without needing help from a Bundesliga side to win the title like Borussia Dortmund did for them last season.